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COLLECTION 



OF THE 



YEARLY BILLS 

O F 

MORTALITY, 

From 1657 to 1758 inclufive. 

Together with feveral other Bills of an earlier Date. 

To which are fubjoincd 

I, Natural and Political Obfcrrations on the bills of mortality: by Capt.; 
John Graunt, F. R. S. reprinted from the fixth edition, in 1 676. 

II. Another effay in political arithmetic, concerning the growth of the 
city of London ; with the meafures, periods, caufes, and confequences 
thereof. By Sir William Petty, Kt. F. R. 5. reprinted from the edi- 
tion printed at London in 1683. 

III. Obfervations on the paft growth and prefent ftatc of the city of Lon- 
don } reprinted from the edition printed at London in 175I} wth 
a continuation of the tables to the end of the year 1757. By Corbyn 
Morris, Efq; F. R. S. 

IV, A comparative view of the difeafes and ages, and a table of the pro- 
babilities of life, for the laft thirty years. By J. P. Efq; F. R. S. 



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ARcgifter of the births, difeafes, and deaths among any confi- 
derable number of people will eafily afford much ufeful infor- 
mation to philofophers in general, as well as to the ftatefmen and 
phyficians of the particular country, in which it is kept. For their fakes 
therefore, and by their means for the fake of the public, fome paios 
have been taken to make as perfect a colledtion, as was pofllble, of all the 
London bills of mortality, from their beginning to this prcfent year 1758. 
It can only be from a long feries of fuch regifters, that we are enabled to 
make any near approaches to truth, in the calculations founded upon themj 
and the longer the feries is, the nearer will our approaches be. But as 
thefe bills are published in loofe leaves, and very little care has hitherto 
been taken to prefcrve them, it is evident, that the keeping of this regifter 
has loft a great part of its ufe. For it is become a matter of great trouble 
to find any number of bills together, greater perhaps than many of thofe 
would chufe to take, who arc able, and might be willing, to draw out 
feveral important conclufions from them, when thrown in their way, as 
by the prefent publication. 

Notwithftanding all the fcarch, which has been made, many of thefe 
bills have hitherto proved irrecoverable j and the reft would probably 
have had the fame fate, if this coUedlion had been deferred. Perhaf)8 
this publication may be the means of bringing thofe, which are wanted, 
to light, if they are any where extant ; and of preferving thofe, which 
will be publifhed hereafter. 

As a fpecimen of the ufe, which may Tse made of them, there ai^ 
fubjoined to this colleiUon : j 

Capt.Graunt's Natural and PoUticalObfervatiom on the Bills of Mortality: 

Sir William Petty's EJpiy coficerning the Growth of the City of London^ 
with the Meafures, Periods, Caufes, and Confequences thereof 

A a The 



4 PREFACE. 

The viry judicious performance of Corbyn Morris, Efq ; intltled, 
Obfervatiom on the paf. Growth and prefent State of the City of London : 

And lartly, A comparative view of the difeafcsand ages, for the laft thirty 
years, drawn from the bills of mortality, with their proportions to a thoufand ; 
and alfo a table of the probabilities of life, for the laft thirty years, 
compared with that of Mr. Smart's, for the firft ten of the faid thirty j 
for all which the public is obliged to an accurate and careful calculator. 

Though the reader is here prefentcd with the beft materials, which 
could be had, it is but fair to acquaint him, that thefe bills are very far 
from being fo accurate, as they might have been ; and therefore, that no 
greater authority may be allowed them, than they deferve, it may be of 
ufe to point out the feveral caufes of this imperfedion. 

Many obvious and apparent defedls in the weekly and yearly bills of 
mortality occur to every one, who has looked into this fubjcdl: but 
others, not fo generally known, can hardly efcape thofe, whofe nearer 
fituation gives them an opportunity of enquiring into this matter with 
more cxa^nefs. 

Our bills muft plainly be a very defective regiftcr of births, as 

1. They extend only to baptifms, which are adminiftered according to 
the rites and ufage of the church of England. Very few of the numerous 
body of diflenters, and none of the Roman-catholicks, are included in 
this number. 

2. They take no notice of thofe, who die unbaptized j or of thofe, 
perhaps no inconfiderable number among the loweft clafs of the people, 
who never are brought to be baptized at all. This defedl is probably not 
made up by fuch of the diflenters, who may occafionally be baptized in 
the form of the eftablifhed church. 

Suppofing then the papifls and proteftant diflenters to make up one 
/ixth part of the whole number of inhabitants; the baptifms, as 
they now ftand in the bills, muft be encreafed in this proportion, to give 
the true number of births within the bills of mortality. , ' 

Thefe bills muft be alfo an imperfcdt regifter of deaths, as intending 
only to comprehend perfons belonging to the church of England, and 
buried according to the form of its fervice. 

Some few indeed among the poorer fort, both of papifts and dif- 
fcatcrs, who live at a diftance from their refpedtive burial-grounds, and 

2 cannot 



PREFACE. 

cannot beir the expence of being carried thither, are buried accordbg 
to the rites of die church of England, and by that means have a place 
in the weekly bills. 

Some have been willing to think, that, though the bills arc dcfcdive ia 
the fcveral articles of births and burials, yet they arc dcfeftive in nearly 
the fame degree ; fo that a proportion is ftili in fome meafure kept up. 
But the laft obfervation deflroys this fuppofed proportion ; as the burials of 
fome few papifts, and of more diffenters, but the births of none in either 
pcrfuafion, are regiftered there. 

Another defed in the bills, not fo generally attended to, is, that the 
number of perfons, carried into the country to be buried, is not brought 
to account in them. Many are frequently removed from one parifh to be 
buried in another, that arc both within the bills; which makes no altera- 
tion upon the whole. But great numbers are carried from parifhes in town 
to be buried in the country. This number has probably encreafed, as the 
fafliion of having country-houfes has more prevailed. A few indeed, 
who die elfewhere, are brought to be buried in parishes within the bills : 
but the number; of thefe is very difproportionate to thofe, who are carried 
out. A diftinift account of this matter ought to be kept in the feveral 
parifhes, but fcldom is kept with any exadtnefs. 

In one of the largefl: and moft populous parifhes in Weftminfter, in 
which as careful a regifler is made as in any, the account is found to 
Aand thus : 

Buried here each year at an average, for the laft ten years, — . 1074 

Carried out to be buried every year, at an average, 
Brought in every year, at an average, - 

Of thefe, at leaft one fixth are children of the pari/h'J v 

out at nurfe in the neighbourhood, and to be con- > 2 o^ 
fidered as perfons living and dying in the parifh — J 

Difference between thofe carried out and brought in 




^S7 
1074 



Total of perfons dying in the parl/h each year, 1231 



This 



j ^^ ^» R E F A C E. 

This may be of fomc ufe in forming a judgment of the reft j and 
yet this is fiir from being perfedl. Thofe, who are brought in to be bu- 
ried, are carefully regiftered ; thofe, who are carried out, are not fo. Such 
arc entered by themfelvcs in the burial-account, as come to the know- 
ledge of thofe, vvhofe bufinefs it is to attend to thefe matters : but of 
thefe, many are heard of but by accident, and fome not at all. 

Suppofing the number of perfons carried away, and not brought to 
account, to be one fixth (which I think comes as near the truth, as any 
fuppofition we can make) this will make the whole number of deaths to 
be one fifth more than are regiftered in the bills. 

If tlie rtate of deaths, which are not regiftered in the bills, be the 
fame, or nearly the fame, in this parifli as in others, the defedl in this ar- 
ticle may with fome degree of probability be fupplied. But there is 
another material defedt, which zffeCts both baptifms and burials, and can- 
not be fupplied fo probably. This arifes from the negleft of parifti-clerks 
and their deputies, in not making exa(St returns to the common-hall. 
From fome large pariflies no account is fcnt for feveral weeks together, 
and the account for feveral is fometimes inferted in one weekly bill. If 
this was done without any omiflions, the account would come right at the 
end of the year : but omiflions in many, there is good reafon to believe, 
are never fupplied or corretfled. This is often to be afcribed to negli- 
gence ; but it is fometimes owing to difputcs between the clerk in orders 
and the officiating clerk, that the bills of births and burials are neither fo 
regularly kept, nor fo exadlly returned, as they ought to be. What al- 
lowance is to be made for thefe omiflions, can be hardly fettled ; but it 
is judged, that they are not inconflderable. 

Mr. Maitland obferves (rt), that the bills of mortality are very defedlivc, 
none being mentioned therein, but fuch as are buried in parochial ceme- 
teries ; by which means no account is taken of thofe, who are buried in 
many burial grounds belonging to the church of England; fuch as St. 
Paul's cathedral, Weftminfter abbey, the Temple church, St. Peter's ad 
Vincula, the Rolls, and Lincoln's-Inn chapels, the Chartcr-houfe, and 
divert others belonging to hofpitals. 



4«) HilU/y of London, p. 537. EdMon 1739T 



And 



PREFACE. 

And he farther fays (^), that the number of perfons buried, in and from 
the city and fuburbs of London in 1729, not taken notice of in the bills 
of mortality, amounted to 3038. 

Every parish appoints a fearcher, whofe bufincfs it is to examine the 
corpfe, and to report the diftemper. The low capacity of the perfon 
ufually chofen into this office Kas been made an objedlion to the truth 
and juftnefs of the bills. But with regard to natural deaths, there feems 
no other capacity neceflary in thefe fearchers, than that of relating what 
they hear. For the wifeft perfon in the parirti would be able to find out 
very few diftempers from a bare infpedlion of the dead body, and could 
only bring back fuch an account, as the family and friends of the deccafed 
would be pleafed to give. And it fhould indeed be always remembered 
from whom this account comes, that proper allowances may be made for 
miAakes, or mifreprefentations, in thofe diftempers, which they might not 
be very able to know, or not very willing to own. 

Befides the putting of the calculator on his guard, it may be hoped, that 
the expofing of the prefent faulty manner, in which the London bills of 
mortality are kept, will excite thofe, who have it in their power, to find 
out a remedy. 

The antients probably never kept any regifters of this fort ; and ac- 
cordingly they appear to have had no juft notion of the proportions of 
deaths in the feveral ages, if we may form any judgment about fuch a 
fcrious matter from what occuri in fo ludicrous a writer as Lucian. For 
in his Cataplus he tells us, that out of a thoufand perfons, who died, 
there were three hundred and ninety eight above fixty years of age ; 
which is, I fuppofe, double to the general proportion, and is fo much 
out of nature, that we need not doubt his having faid it from a random 
guefs, without any helps from obfervation. 

The parifti-regifters in England began no earlier than in 1538, in con- 
fequence of one of the fevcnteen injunSiions fet forth that year, in the name 
of king Henry VIII. by the lord Thomas Cromwell, his vice-regent in 
ccclefiaftical matters ; which injundion appointed, that the parfon, vicar, or 
curate of every parifh, fhould keep a true and exadl regifler of all wed- 
dings, chriftcnings, and burials. And the weekly bills of mortality, 



(«) Hiftory of London, p. 5)7^ 



containing 



PREFACE. 

containing an account of chriftenings as well at burials,' taken by the 
company of parilh-clerks in London, had their rife on the 2 id of De- 
cember, 1592. 

In the year 1594, the particular or weekly account, both of chriften- 
ings and burials, was fiifl made public, as alfo the general or yearly 
account, untill the i8ih of December, 1595, when it was difcontinued 
upon the ceafing of the plague. 

It is proper to be remarked here, that the bill of mortality, now in its 
infancy, confiflcd of but one hundred and nine parishes, which parishes 
were then only alphabetically fet down, without making any diftin<ftioa 
of the out-parifhes from thofe within the walls; whereas afterwards, in 
1665, when Mr. John Bell, clerk of the company of pafifh -clerks, 
publiHied at London, in quarto, his London's Remtmbrancer ; or^ a true 
account of every particular week's chriflenings and mortality, in all the years 
of pejlilence, within the cognizance of the bills of mortality % the faid bill com- 
prehended one hundred and thirty pariflies, and dift:inguifhed the parifhesby 
the four divifions of the ninety feven parijhes ivithin the walls, the fxteen pa- 
rifhes without the walls, the twelve out-parijhes in Middlefex and Surry^ 
and the five pariflies in the city and liberties of Weflminfler. 

In the ninety feven parifhes within thp w^ills was wanting that of St. 
James Duke's place. 

In the fixteen parifhes, being part within the liberties, and part without, 
were wanting ; St. Bartholomew the Great, Bridewell precinft, and Tri- 
nity in the Minories. Which three parifhes, together with that of St. 
James Duke's place, Mr. Bell conceived were jiot inferted in the bill, on 
account of their being all precindks. 

The twelve out-pariflies in Middlefex and Surry, and the five in Weft- 
minfter, were then wholly exempt. 

In the year 1603, on the 29th of December, the firft of the conti- 
nued weekly bills of mortality extant at the parifli-clerks hall begins. 
Since which time a weekly account hath been kept there of chriftenings 
and burials. 

In 1604, were ad<ied to the hundred and nine pariflies thefe under- 
mentioned ; to the then thirteen, the three pariflies mentioned to be wanting 
of the fixteen, viz. St, Bartholomew the Great, Bridewell precindt, and 
Trinity in the Minories J and thefe eight, viz. 

St. Clc- 



PREFACE. 

>t. elements Danes, St. Leonard Shoreditcli, 

St. Giles in the Fields, St. Mary in Whitechapel, 

St. James at Clarkenwell, St. Martin in the Fields, 

St. Catharine Tower, St. Mary Magdalen Bermondfey. 

In 1606 was added to thofe eight St. Mary at the Savoy. 

In 161 1, on the 19th of January, the parifh-clerks, who had been 
incorporated by letters patent of the 17th of king Henry III. in the year 
,1233, by the name of the Fraternity of St. Nicholas, were rcincorpo>- 
rated by charter of the 9th of king James I. 

In 1625, the bills of mortality having now acquired a general reputation, 
the company of parilli-cierks obtained a decree, or a£t, under the feal of the 
High-commiflion-court or Star-chamber, for the keeping of a printing- prcfs 
in their hall, in order to the printing of the weekly and general bills within 
the city of London and liberties thereof i for which purpofe a printer is 
afllgnedby the archbilhop of Canterbury. And on the i 8th of July that 
year, a printing- prcfs was accordingly fct up, and an order then made, that 
from thenceforth the weekly reports of the burials, within the limits aforc- 
faid, fhould be printed, with the number of burials agaiaft every parifh j 
which till that time had not been done. 

The year following, viz. 1626, the parifli or precindl of St. James 
Duke's place was added to the then ninety fix parishes within the walls: 
all which parities, ever fince their feveral additions,, and the other ever 
fince the year 1604, brought to the company of parifh clerks, not only the 
number of all the chriftenings and burials, but alfo an account of all the 
difeafei andcajualtiei^ though no fuch account was published till 1629. 

In this year, 1626, the city of Weflminller was likewifc added, which 
brought in only the number of the chriftenings, burials, and plague, 
without taking notice of or fpccifying any other difeafes or cafualties. 

In 1629, was inferted an account of the difiaja and cajualtics, with 
the diftinftion of mala and feniala. 

In 1636, the parishes of Hackney, lilington, Lambeth, Newington^ 
Rotherith, and Stepney, brought in their reports of the chriftenings, bu- 
rials, and plague, in like manner and form, as the city of Weftminfter had 
before done. 

In 1647, the parilh of St. Paul, Covent-Gardcn, was added, making 
the number of out-parilhes ten. 

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PREFACE. 



In 1660, the bills were new-modelled, and the account of all the dif- 
cafes and cafualtics, in the whole 130 parities, was brought in; and 
the twelve parishes in Middlcfex and Surrey were made a divifion by them- 
felvcs; and the five parifhes within the city and liberties of Wcftminfter were 
made a divifion in the bills by themfelvcs; whereas before they were inter- 
mixed with each other. 

In 1665, the totals of the chriftenings were diftinftly fct down in 
the bills, under each of the four divifions of the ninety feven, fixtecn, 
twelve, and five pariflies refpedively. 

In 1670, St. Paul's, Shadwcll, heretofore part of Stepney and a char- 
pel of eafe to the fame, was added to the twelve parifhes in Middlefex 
and Surrey. 

In 167/, Chrift-church in Surrey, heretofore part of St. Saviour's, 
Southwark, was added to the out-pariflics in Middlcfex and Surrey, mak- 
ing the number of pariflies one hundred and thirty two. 

In 1685, July 14, St. James's Wcftminfter was added j 

In 1686, April 6, St. Anne's Wcftminfter j 

In 1 694, April 17, St. John Wapping ; 

In J 7 26, June 28, St. Mary le Strand ; 

In 1 729, Odlober 7, St. Geoge Hanover Square ; and 

December 16, St. Peter ad Vincula, in the Tower of London, was 
added : but a conteft arifing between the inhabitants of the Tower-liberty 
without and within the Tower, whether this church of St. Peter ad Fin- 
cula was parochial or not, the queftion was tried in the court of King's- 
bench at Wcftminfter, in 1730, when it was determined in the negative; 
which occafioned this church to be left out of the bill of mortality foon after. 

In the fame year, 1729, were added likewifc the parifties of 
Chrift Church Spittlefields, 
St. George RadclifFe High-way, 
St. George the Martyr, in Queen' s-fquare, and 

In 1730, September 22, St. Anne Limehoufe ; 

In 173 1, April 13, St. George Bloomftjury ; 

Auguft 3, St. John Evangelift Wcftminfter ; 

In 1733, Auguft 21, St. John in Southwark ; 

November 27, St. Luke in Old-ftreet; and 

In 1746, St. Matthew Bethnal-Grccn. 

To 



PREFACE. 



11 



To what Capt. Graunt obferves, in his fourth chapter on the plague, 
may be added the following remark. Before the plague begins, there 
fomctimes dies not one in a week of the fpotted fever, and never at mod 
above four (a). But in the firft week of the plague there die twelve, 
and afterwards the number increafes as the plague increafes, fo that there 
frequently die above a hundred, and one week one hundred and ninety. 
This fever decreafes again with the plague. There is reafon therefore to 
fufpe<ft, that this fever was the fame from the beginning, as the true 
plague : at lead, if we confider what has juft now been obferved, we muft 
fuppofe, that the true plague very often pafled under the name of the 
fpotted- fever. This might be done willfully by fome, who were unwilling 
to own, that the plague was in their houfes ; which is worth the attention 
of the magiftrate. It probably fometimes happened by a miftake through 
ignorance j purples only appearing in feveral, who had the plague, with- 
out any buboes or carbuncles; which is worth the attention of phyfici- 
ans (6). But, however it happened, we murt: conclude, that great as the 
reputed number was of thofe, who died of the plague, the real number 
was ftill greater, by all or moft of the one thoufand nine hundred and 
twenty nine, who are faid to have died of the lpottcd-fc\'cr ; for this is a 
greater number, than is found to have died of it in twenty other years. 
The number of thofe likewife, who die of the plain or common fever, 
may be obferved to rife every week with the plague, and to decreafe with 
it J fo that in one week, during the height of the plague, three hundred 
and eighty three are reputed to die of a fever, when at the beginning and 
end of the year not above one tenth of this number js fcand under thit 
article ; and in the whole year, the number of deaths by fevers is five 
limes as great as that of ordinary years. So that from both thcfe article* 
we may fairly take five thoufand, and add them to fixty eight thoufand five 
hundred and ninety fix, the reputed number of thofe, who were deftroyed 
by the plague : and even then we fliall be far from having the whole num- 
ber j for the bills of mortality did not take in thofe, who died among the 

(«) See the weekly bills for the plague year printed at London 1665, quano, by E. Cotes, printer 
to the company of parilh-clerks. 

{i) " The praftjtioners in phyfic --- (land amazed to meet with fo many vario«t fyroptoms, which 
ihey fii\d among their patienu (who are ill of ihe plague), One week the general dilVcmpers are blctchei 
and boils ; tne next week as clear-flcined as may be. But death fparcs neither. One, week full of fpota 
and tokens, and perhaps (he fucceeding bill none at all". A letter from John Tillifon, London, Sept. 
14, 1665, to Dr. Sancroft, dean of St. Paul'?, and afterwards arehbifliop of Canterbury, among the 
ju-chbilLop'i papers, in the Britiih MuTeum, vol. 3785. 

a a difienters, 



12 



PREFACE. 



dillenters, or m Ludgatc, Newgate, Chrift-church hofpital, and many 
other places (c). 

On this head of the plague it is very obfervable, that London has now 
been free from it for near a century, though before the laft plague there 
are but few yearly bills without it ; and there hardly pafTcd any twenty years 
together, in one of which it did not rage to fuch a degree, that it could 
not be miftaken, which might be fufpeded, when only a few are faid to 
have died of it. This would almoft tempt one to doubt the truth of the 
common opinion, that the plague was never bred in England, but has al- 
ways been imported from other countries, where it is endemial. For if 
it always comes from abroad, and the danger of its being imported is in 
•proportion to the imports made from other nations, we muft have had much 
more of the infedion brought to us during the laft century, than in any 
preceding one, as the trade of the nation has been unqueftionably greater. 
But perhaps it will be thought, that though we have no caufes among us 
ftrong enough to produce the plague, yet there may be fuch, as will dif- 
pofe us to receive the infcdlion at one time, and be too weak to admit it 
at another; juft as experience has frequently taught us, that the fame quan- 
tity of infection will fometimes communicate the fmall-pox, and fometimes 
fail of doing it. Whether then we are become lefs apt to breed, or to re- 
ceive this dreadful evil, one of the caufes of this happy event feems to be 
the greater freflinefs and purity of the air of London, fince the rebuilding 
of it after the great fire ; the ftrccts being made wider, and the inhabitants 
not crowded fo clofely together. As it is perhaps owing to its being more 
thinly peopled than the reft of the world, that America has never yet been 
vifited with the plague, while the crowded and filthy cities of Cairo and 
Conftantinople are feldom free from it. Another, and probably the moft 
cffcdual prefervative has been the great quantity of water from the 
Thames and the New river, which, for the laft century, has wafhed the 
houfes fo plentifully, and afterwards running down into the kennels and 
common fewers, conftantly hinders, or weakens the tendency to putrefac- 
tion : and if more water could ftijl be derived into our houfes, ftreets, and 
common fewers, it might perhaps fully make amends for the imperfedlions 
of quarantines, arifing from tlie thoughtleflhefs, negligence, avarice, and 
obftlnacy of thofe, who may have the diredtion of them, or of thofe by 
whom they fliould be performed. 

(0 See the Ittter of J. Tillifon. The writer meniions a report, wliich feemj almoft incredible, that 
tke qualceri buried a ihoufand in a week for Tome wccki togciher. 

The 



PREFACE. 



'3 



The deaths Imputed to the meafles are very remarkably different in dif- 
ferent years : and yet it is poflible, that this difeafe is not in reality fo ve- 
ry irregularly epidemical or fatal, as by the bills it appears to be. The 
Icarlet fever and malignant fore throat often occafton fuch appearances 
upon the fkin, as may eafily be miftaken for the meafles by better judges, 
than the mothers and nurfes; who thinking themfelves able to diftinguifh 
this diftemper, and equal to the management of it, often call in no other 
afliftance. This miftake is well known to have been fometimes made 
within thefe few years, during which the fcarlet fever and malignant fore 
throat have been fo common. It may perhaps have happened in every 
year, in which an extraordinary number of deaths are charged to the 
meafles ; and confequenrly thofe two formidable diftempers, (if they arc 
two diftinft diftempers, and not one and the fame) being difguifed under 
the name of the meafles, may have been older, and more general than is 
nfually imagined. 

The large article of deaths by convulfions belongs chiefly, if not folely, 
to children under two years of age ; which will eafily appear, if in any 
year we fet afide the number of thofe, who die by difeafes, in which 
children are known to have no (hare, allowing at the fame time to the 
children any reafonable proportion of thofe difeafes, to which they are fub- 
jedt in common with grown perfons : for there will ftill remain the deaths 
of fo many children to be accounted for, as will fill up, bcfides the dif- 
eafes peculiar to them, almofl: the whole number of deaths by convulfions. 

The yearly fum of the deaths ranged under the heads of apoplexies, 
fuddenly, planet-flruck, lethargies, and palfies, fluduatcs without any 
confliant increafe or decreafe, till the beginning of the prefent century : 
from which time this fum has been perpetually increafing, fo that the mid- 
dle proportion of it for every ten years to the total of the burials conflant- 
ly exceeds that of the preceding ten years. In the laft ten years this in- 
creafe has been the greatefl of all, nearly one fourth more having died of 
thefe diftempers, than there did at a medium in any other fucceflivc ten 
years j and a double proportion died of them in thefe ten years, to what 
there did at an average in the iamc fpace of time before the beginning of 
this century. Is this difference only an apparent one, arifing from the 
placing of fomc deaths under thefe in the later bills, which formerly came 
under ether articles ? There feems no reafon for fuch a fufpicion, and the 

gradual 



H 



PREFACE. 



gradual incre&fe of thefe Turns is an argument againft it. If the increafc 
be real, is it owing to any alteration in our manners, or diet ? And what is 
that alteration ? The pra(5lice of drinking fplrituous liquors muft, pro- 
bably, anfvver for fomc part of this; and it might be of public ufc, if 
fomc attention were paid to the finding out of the other caufes. 

But there does not appear to be any increafe in the dlftempers juft men- 
tioned, or in any other, which is not likely to be abundantly made amends 
for, by the decreafe in the numbers deftroyed by the fmall-pox, which 
may be hoped for from the pradlice of inoculation. The good effedts of 
which do not yet appear for want of its being more general : for while 
inoculation prevails only among a part of any number of people, who all 
have an intercourfe with one another, it may occafion as many deaths by 
fpreading the diftemper in, as it is called, tlie natural way, as it prevents 
among thofe, on whom it is pradlifed. 

The reader may find, that the fum total, as fet down in the bills, of 
all the deaths, does not correfpond in fome years to the fum of the parti- 
culars, which is owing to fome midake in the original bills. 

The number of the inhabitants of Rhode-Ifland, taken by order of the 
lords commiflioncrs of trade, was in the year 



j Whites 1 Blacks 


^7%^ \ I5»302 2,6;?:? 


J74« 1 29.755 1 4>373 


Dec. 24,1755 1 35,939 1 4.697 



And it Is believed, that within the time here mentioned there had been 
little or no accefllon made to them by new-comers from other places. From 
this account it appears, that the inhabitants of that country were nearly 
doubled in eighteen years : and great as this increafe is, there are probably 
even among them fome caufes fubfifting, which hinder their increafe from 
being fo great, as it naturally would be. What then are we to think of 
the inhabitants of Great Britain, who increafe fo flowly, if they do at all, 
that fome intelligent perfons have been inclined to believe, that they even 
decreafe? And as to the inhabitants within the bills of mortality, it is 
evident, that there is a great walte, and conftant lefTenlng of their number, 
which is annually filled up by fupplies from all parts of the country. Pride, 
poverty, the abufe of fpirituous liquors, the crowded manner of living in 

our 



PREFACE. 



>5 



our cities, the utihealthfulnefs of many occupations, and thefalfc ridicule 
thrown upon marriage, particularly by thofe great patrons of debauchery, 
who wrote for the ftage towards the end of the laft century and in the be- 
ginning of the prefent, feem to be fomc of the caufes, which reftrain the 
natural fertility of mankind in Great Britain. Whoever could find tliem all 
out, and provide a proper remedy for them, as far as they will admit of 
being remedied, would remove evils, which do more to difpeople this nation, 
than has ever been done by famine, war, or peftilence. But it is not to be 
expedled in a country fo populous as England, that the increafc ftiould be 
as great, as in thofe parts of the globe, which are thinly peopled. For the 
nearer any country approaches to the point, at which it would be flocked 
with as many inhabitants as it can maintain, the more extenfively will the 
difficulties be felt of providing for children ; and thefe may reafonably dif- 
courage many from marrying early, and not a few from marrying at all. 

The Foundling- hofpital mufl have made a difference in the proportion 
of the births to the burials, and of the burials of infants to thofe of adults, 
ever fince it was firfl opened March 25, 174 1 j and a very confiderable one, 
ever fince it has received all the children that are brought j which it began 
to do in June 1756. 

For though many children are fent thither from the country, yet the 
greatefl part received into the hofpital arc undoubtedly born in London, 
and arc accounted for in the births; but the deaths of none of thefe chil- 
dren are ever infertcd in the London bills. Such of them as die in the coun- 
try, are buried there j and fuch as die in the hofpital, arc buried in Pancras 
parifh, which is out of the bills of mortality. This fhould be attended to 
in all calculations, in which it may be concerned; and in particular, this 
will account for fome part of the increafed proportion of apoplexies, &c. 
to the other deaths for the lafl ten years j for thefe arc not the difeafes of 
children, and confcquently there is little or no deduction made from thcfc 
diflempers, while a confiderable dedudlion is made from the fum total of 
the burials. 

The following form of a bill of mortality is fubmitted to the judg- 
ment of the reader. 

The 



A BILL of Mortality for the Year 1593, 

Being a Plague Year. * 



LONbON. 

St A LBANS Wood-ftreet — 

/x, Alhallows Barking 

Alhallows Bread-ftreet — 

Alhallows the Great 
Alhallows Honey-lane — 
Alhallows the Lefs 



Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 

Alhallows Staining ■ 

Alhallows the Wall • 

St Alphage 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underlhafi — ■ 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Anns Alderlgate 

St Anns Black Friars — 

St Antholins Parifh 

St Auftins Parilh 



St Bartholomew Exchange — — 

St Bennet Finck 

St Bennet Grace-church — 

St Bennets Pauls Wharf — • 

St Bennet Sherehog • — 

St Botolph Billinfgatc — 

Chrifl: Church 

St Chriftopher 



St Clements Eaftcheap 
St Dionis Back-church 
St Dunftans Eaft 



St Edmunds Lombard-ftreet 



St Ethelborough 



St Faiths - 
St Fofters 



Bur. 
68 
203 

45 

3°5 
21 

108 

96 

183 
202 

176 

97 
197 

'47 

206 

200 
207 
146 
194 

63 
140 

51 

58 

306 

36 
186 
506 

44 
107 
105 
406 

84 
107 



Pla. 

30 
102 

'9 
194 

9 
64 

47 
102 

106 

98 

67 
88 

59 

lOI 

69 
106 

125 

54 
78 

23 

24 

18 
'17 

337 
16 

67 

68 

209 

45 

52 



St 

St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 



Gabriel Fen-church — — — 

George Botolph-lane — ^ 

Gregorys by Pauls 

Hellens 



James Dukes Place — 
James Garlickhithe 

John Baptift 

John Evangelift — 
John Zachary 



Katherine Coleman — 
Kadierine Cree-church 
Lawrence Jewry 

Lawrence Pountney 

Leonards Eaftcheap 

Leonards Foftcr-lane — 

Magnus ■ — 

Margaret Lothbury 

Margaret Mofcs 
Margaret New Fifh-ftrcet 

Margaret Pattons 

Mary Abchurch 



Mary Aldermanbury 

Mary A'ldcrmaiy 

Mary le Bow - 

Mary Bbthaw — 

Mary Cclechurch 

Mary Hill • 

Mary Mounthaw 

Mary Somerfet — 

Mary Stainings • 

Mary Woolchurch 

MaryWoolnoth 



Bur. 


Pla. 


^00 


107 


67 


32 


52 


25 


25 


4 


314 


215 


207 


4t 


209 


477 


304 


164 


3 


1 


444 


222 


106 


46 


307 


85 


41 


12 


114 


56 


106 


46 


184 


87 


208 


46 


107 


42 


84 


52 


38 


22 


92 


61 


79 


54 


104 


67 


194 


97 


104 


47 


38 


i3 


39 


»5 


29 


»3 


I JO 


72 


62 


39 


207 


148 


42 


28 



• Rt/t^inrj OB the Weekly Bills of Mortality for the Cities ef Lcvdon and WiJ>minfler, and tht Places adjacent j hut more 
^ftciaJly f> far at they relate to the Plague, and other mortal Difct/ci, that ive Englijbmen ere mojl futjeQ unto, l5<. 
Hondon, printed for Samuel Speed, at the Rainbow in Flcet-flrect, i66j, Quarto. 



St Mar- 



1593" 



St Martins Iremongcr-Ianc 

St Martins Ludgate 

St Martins Orgars — — 

St Martins Outwich 

St Martins in the Vintrcy 

St Matthew Friday-ftrcet ■ 

St Maudhns Milk-ftreet 

St MaudHns Old Fifli-ftreet 

St Michael Baffifhaw 

St Michael Cornhill 



St Michael Crooked-lane — — 

St Michael Queenhithe 

St Michael in the Quern 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-flreec 

St Mildred Bread-ftreet 

St Mildred Poultry — 



Bur. 

43 
62 

25 
205 

62 

40 
229 

»9 

141 

204 
129 

116 

151 
41 
96 

109 



Pla. 

31 
34 
18 

104 
42 
20 

116 

9 

46 

96 

71 
82 

81 

J9 
4» 
47 



St Nicholas Aeons - 

St Nicholas Cole-abby — 
St Nicholas Olaves — — 

St Olaves Hart-ftreet 

St Olaves Jewry - 

St Olaves Silver-ftreet — 

St Pancras Soper-lane 

St Peters Cheap — 

St Peters Cornhill 



St Peters Pauls Wharf — 

St Peters Poor ■ 

St Stevens Cole man -ftreet 

St Stevens Wal brook 

St Swidiins London-ftone 

St Thomas Apoftles 

Trinity Parilh 



Buried in the fixteen Out Parishes, and at the Peft-houfe. 



St Andrews Holborn ■ 

St Bartholomew the Great - 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 

St Brides Parifli 

Bridewell Precinft ■ — 

St Botolph Aldcrfgate 

St Botolph Algate 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — 
St Dunftans Well 



1561 

254 

99 

897 

1 46 1 
144 

1771 
2S7 

5^ 



936 

187 

66 

607 

841 

97 
624 

104 



St George Southwark ■ 

St Giles Crippicgate — — 

St Olaves Southwark - 

St Saviours Southwark 

St Sepulchres Parifli 



St Thomas in Southwark — 

Trinity Minories - 

At the Pcll-houlc 



B 



ur. 



Ha; 




1112 61^ 

— 2968 198^ 

1998 1064 

— 1946 1241 

3440 2502 

— 304 194, 

109 78 

208 195; 



St Giles in the Fields 
Hackney Parilh 



Buried in the nine Out Pariflies. 



St James Clerkenwel 
St Katherines Tower — 
Lambeth Parilh 



894 

999 

740 

698 
1569 



569 
669 

479 
489 

130s 



St Leonards Shorcdltch — 
St Magdalcns Bermondfey 

St Mary Newingcon 

St Mary Iflington — 



1202 773- 

2606 2095 _ 

964 702 I 



200 150 



BURIE& 



1593- 




RIED of all Difeafes, within London, and the 

Liberties thereof. 

From March to December 1593. ♦ 



March 



April 



17- 
24. 

31- 

7- 
14. 

21. 

28. 

5- 
12. 

19. 

26. 

2. 

9- 

16. 

23- 

30- 

7- 

21. 

28. 





Plague. 




230 


3 


Aug. 


251 


3^ 




219 


29 




3^7 


27 




203 


33 


Sept. 


290 


%1 




310 


41 




250 


29 




339 


38 


oa. 


300 


42 




450 


58 




410 


62 




441 


81 


Nov. 


399 


99 




401 


108 




850 


118 




1440 


927 


Decern. 


1510 


893 




1491 


258 




1507 


852 





4- 
II. 

18. 

25. 

I. 

8. 

15- 

22. 

29. 
6. 

13- 

20. 

27. 

3- 

10. 

17- 
24. 

I. 

8. 

15- 
22. 



1503 
1550 
1532 
1508 
1490 
1210 
621 
629 

450 
408 

422 

330 
320 
310 

309 
301 

321 

349 
331 

329 

386 



Plague. 
983 

797 
651 

449 
507 
563 
455 
349 
330 
327 
323 
308 

302 
301 
209 
107 

93 

94 

86 

71 
39 



B The Total of all the Burials of the Time abovefaid 25886 
I' Whereof of the Plague ' 11503 

^" Extra£\ed from a Paper, intitled. The four great Plagutt^ viz. 1 593, 1603, 1625, tf»^ 1636, compartd 
with the IFeekly Bills of Mortality printed every Thurftlay in the fnid Yean ; by which an Intreafe and Decreafe is 
Plainly difcovered in all thofe Yean. Printed for Peter Cole^ at the Printing Prefs in CornhiU in the Royal Exchange^ 
[665. It is IB the late bir Hans Sloane's Library now in Uic Bxililh Mt ' 



.'s Sloane's Library now in Uic Bxililh MuCcum. 



A brief 



1593- 

A brief Report of all the Christenings and Burials within the City 
London and the Liberties thereof, for one whole Year paft, viz. 

From Thurfday at Noon the aifl: of December, Anno 1592, unto the 20th Day ol 
December, being Thurfduy at Noon, Anno 1593. * 



Buried ' — — 
Whereof have died of the Plague 
Chriftencd this whole Year — 
Parishes clear of the Plague 



17844 

10662 

4021 

o 



1603. 
The whole Number of BURIALS in London and the Liberties; 



From the 17th of December 1602, to the 14th of July 1603 f — 4314 
Whereof of the Plague ■ 3210 



From the 14th of July to the 21ft: of the fame 867 
Whereof of the Plague 646 



In the Out Parifhes — 
Whereof of the Plague 



Buried in all this Week 1186 Whereof of the Plague 917 



From the 21ft of July to the 28th of the fame 13 12 
Whereof of the Plague ■ 1025 

Buried in all tills Week 1728 Whereo" 

From the 2Sth of July to the 4th of Auguft — 1700 
Whereof of the Plague 1439 



In the Out Parilhes — 
Whereof of the Plague 
Out of the Pcft-houfe 
of the Plague 1396 

In the Out Parifhes — 
Whereof of the Plague 
Peft-houfe 



Buried in all this Week 2256 Whereof of the Plague 1922 



From the 4th of Augufl to the nth of the fame 1655 
Whereof of the Plague 1372 



Buried in all tliis Week 2077 Whereof of the Plague 1745 



In the Out Parilhes ~ 
Whereof of the Plague 

Peft-houfe 



319 
271 

398 

254 

18 



537 
464 

19 



410 
361 

12 



■ Preface to Lontians Remembrancer ; or a true Account of forry particular Week's Chrifleititigs ait J Mortal! fy in aH tl. 
Years of PeJUIenee noilkin the CognixMiice of the Bills of Mortality, being xviii Tears. Taken out of the Regifler of the Company 
9/ Purijh Urrks i-f LonJunyis'c. By John Bill, CJtrk to the Jaid Company. London, l66^, S^uarto, 

f Extradkd from a Bill printed by John Windet, Printer to the Honourable City of London, in the Library of the 
late Sir Hans Sloane, Bart, in the Britifh Mufeum N. B. Though fome of the Numbers are evidently erroneous, 
fincc they do not agree with the Totals ; yet it was thought proper to retain them, rather than alter them apon CoqjI 
jcdlurc ; and this hath been Ukewife obfcrved in reprinting fcveral other Bills. 

Frc 




i6o3. 

From the nth of Auguft to the i8th of the fame 2486 
Whereof of the Plague — — 2199 



In the Out Parifhes — 
Whereof of the Plague 



Bridewell 

Peft-houfc — 

Buried in all this Week 3054. Whereof of the Plague 2713 

In the Out Parifties 
From the i8th of Auguft to the 25th of the fame 2343 




Whereof of the Plague 



Buried in all this Week 2853 



From the 25th of Auguft to the firft of Sept. 
Whereof of the Plague 

Buried in all this Week 3385 

From the firft of Sept. to the 8th of the fame 
Whereof gf the Plague ■- 



Whereof of the Plague 
2091 In Bridewell — 

Pcft-houfe — 

Whereof of the Plague 2539 

In the Out Parifhes 



2798 
2495 



Buried in all this Week 3078 



L From the 8th of Sept. to the 15th of the fame 
^^ Whereof of the Plague 



Buried in all this Week 



3129 



From the 15th of Sept. to the 2 2d of the fame 
Whereof of the Plague -^— 

Buried in all this Week 2456 

From the 22d of Sept. to the 29th of the fame 
Whereof of the Plague 



Whereof of the Plague 

In Bridewell 

Peft-houfe — 
Whereof of the Plague 3035 

In the Out Parifhes 
2583 Whereof of the Plague 

2283 In Bridewell 

Pefl-houfe — 

Whereof of the Plague 2724 

In the Out Parifhes 
2676 Whereof of tlie Plague 
241 1 In Bridewell 

Peft-houfe — 

Whereof of the Plague 2818 

In the Out Parifhes 
20S0 Whereof of the Plague 

1851 In Bridewell 

1 Peft-houfc — 
Whereof of the Plague 2195 



1666 
1478 



In the Out Parifhes 
Whereof of the Plague 



Buried in all this Week 1961 Whereof of the Plague 1732 



FrQBo the 29th of Sept. to the 6th of Oftobcr 1525 
Whereof of the Plague 1367 



In the Out Pariflies 
Whereof of the Plague 



Buried in all this Week 1831 Whereof of the Plague 1641 



From the 6th of 0<^ober to the 13th of the fame 1 109 
Whereof of the Plague 962 



In the Out Parifhes 
Whereof of the Plague 



Buried in all this Week 13 12 Whereof of the Plague 1146 

From the 13th of 0£t. to the 20th of the fame 647 I In the Out Parifhes 

Whereof of the Plague 546 | Whereof of the Plague 

Buried in all this Week y66 Whereof of the Plague 642 

B 2 




56» 

5'4 

7 
21 



448 

8 

12 



587 
540 

5 
6 



495 
441 

»7 

5 

453 
407 

7 
10 



376 

344 

»9 
19 



295 
254 

306 
274 



203 
184 



1T9 

96 

From 



In the Out ParHKej — 
Whereof of the Plague 



'9 
69 



1603. 

From the 20th of 0£t. to the a 7th of the fame 536 

Whereof of the Plague 432 

Buried in all this Week 625 Whereof of the Plague 508 

From the 27th of Oft, to the 3d of November 609 j In the Out Parifhes — 128 

Whereof of the Plague ■ 491 j Whereof of tlic Plague 103 

Buried in all this Week 737 Whereof of the Plague 594 

From the 3d of Novcm. to the loth of the fame 473 I In the Out PariHies — 212 

Whereof of the Plague 355 ] Whereof of the Plague 87 

Buried in all this Week 685 Whereof of the Plague 442 I 

Buried in all within London, and the Liberties and Suburbs, fince the Sickncfs began 37,333 
Whereof of the Plague 3^->9^9 



The Time when it began at Wcftminfter, and thcfe Places following j 

Buried in Weftminfler from the 14th of July to the loth of Nov. in the whole Number 952 
Whereof of the Plague 831 



Buried in the Savoy from the firft of June to the loth of Nov. in the whole Number 
Whereof of the Plague — — ' 



Buried in the Parifli of Stepney from the 25th of March to the lOth of Novem. in all 205< 
Whereof of the Plague 

Buried at Newington Butts from the 14th of June to the loth of Novem. in all 

Whereof of the Plague — • — 

Buried in Iflington — — .. — , 

Whereof of the Plague — ■ — _ 

Buried in Lambeth — — — • — — —. 

Whereof of the Plague — — — ■ 

Buried in Hackney — — — — »^ 

Whereof of the Plague — . n _^_ 



Buried in all within thefe Places lafl aforenamed 
Whereof of the Plague — — 



1981 

640 

573 

258 
224 

399 
378 

206 
.83 

4709 
435» 



I 

I 

I 

I 



199 

187 



The whole Number thcfe Churches buried in all, both within London and the Li- 
berties, and the feven other leveral Places lafl before mentioned, is 
W}iereof the Number of the Plague amounts to < .. . ■ 



j- 42,042 
36,269 



March 



April 



May 



June 



i6o3. 
Another BILL for thie fame Year. * 



17- 
24. 

31- 

7- 
14. 

21. 

28. 

5- 
12. 

19. 

26. 

2. 

9- 



BURIED of all Difeafes. 



io8 
60 

78 

66 

79 
98 

90 

112 
122 
122 
114 

131 



Plague. 

3 
2 

6 

4 

4 
8 

10 

II 

18 
22 
32 
30 
43 



June 



July 



16. 

23. 

30. 

7. 
14. 



144 
182 
267 

445 
612 



Plague. 

39 

72 
158 
265 
424 



[From July 21. to Nov. 10. 
as in the preceding Bill.] 



Nov. 17. 

24. 

Decern, i. 

8. 

22. 



384 
198 

223 

163 

200 

168 



25E 

105 

102 

52 
96 

74 



The Total of all the Burials of the Time aboveiaid 37,294 
Whereof of the Plague _ 30,561 



• Extradcd from the Paper, intitlcd, fh four greta Plaguts, ^c. 



A TABLE 



^^^H 


H^^ 1606; ^^^1 


1 


^M 


^^^^^fl^H 


^ A TABLE of the 


■ 


^^^1 


^^^PcHRISTENINGS and MORTALITY ^ 


^^H 


For the Year 1605 and i6o6. ♦ 




■ 


^^^^^^^H Week). Qaya of the 


Chrift, Bur. Pla. Par. Week*. Pays of the Chrift. 


Bur. 


^H 


^^^^^^^^^B 


infec. 


Month. 




infec. S 


^^^^^H I 


loa 116 5 5 


28 July ^. 109 


no 


25 12 ^J 


^^^^^^H 2 January 2. 


H7 *5i 6 5 


29 iql in 


»34 


33 ^H 


^^^^^B 


13Q 138 4 4 


30 17. 115 


146 


50 22 ^^1 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B 

^^^^^^^H 


124 138 3 2 


31 24. 96 


140 


^^M 


^^^^H ^^- 


143 lai 6 4 


32 31. 132 


178 


29 ^^1 


^^^^^H 


i?4 101 3 2 


33 Avguft 7. 131 


181 


67 29 ^H 


^^^^^H 7 Fcbr. 


122 105 5 5 


34 H- 141 


197 


75 33 ^1 


^^^H 13- 


131 118 7 6 


35 21. 133 


189 


^5 ^1 


^^^^^^^1 


126 109 12 6 


36 28. 125 


207 


85 29 H 


^^^^^B 27- 


102 JI7 9 8 


37 5e|)tem. 4. 123 


241 


32 ^H 


^^^^^^H II March 


no 98 7 4 


38 II. 134 


216 


105 ^H 


^^^^^^^H 13. 


176 137 9 7 


39 18. 121 


214 


92 ^^M 


^^^^^^H 


<«3 ^33 >4 »i 


40 25. 132 


204 


»7 35 ■ 


^^^^^m 27. 


134 »23 17 8 


41 Oftober 2. 121 


256 


141 40 ^H 


^^^^^m 15 


123 114 13 9 


42 9- 134 


218 


106 38 ^H 


^^^^^^H 


132 145 27 11 


43 16. 142 


227 


'17 37 ^H 


^^^^H ^7- 


<39 129 12 » 


44 a3- J3» 


»24 


109 38 ■ 


^^^^^H 24. 


118 no II 7 


45 30- 124 


226 


'"' 34 ^J 


^^^^^^^B 19 


92 136 17 10 


46 Noveip. 6. 136 


183 


^^H 


^^^^^H 


116 103 13 n 


47 13. 125 


162 


41 20 ^^H 


^^^^^^H ^5' 


128 94 13 8 


48 20. 121 


H5 


ir ^H 


^^^^^^H 


113 132 14 9 


49 27. 143 


123 


22 13 ^^1 


^^^^^^H 99- 


94 98 9 7 


5a P?ec«J. 4. »55 


i6q 


45 17 ^H 


^^^^^^^B 24 June 


129 112 16 8 


51 "• 135 


137 


20 ^H 


^^^^^H 


127 112 19 14 


52 18. 136 


132 


15 ^H 


^^^^^^^B 19. 


121 119 15 10 


53 25- »34 


^35 


19 ^H 


^^^^^^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^p 


132 126 24 16 

rChriftened — — 6614 

The Totals { Buried — — 7920 

(, Whereof of the Plague 2 1 24 




3 


^H 


* Bell's London's Remembrancer. 




3 


■ 


. 


A TABLE ^J 



^^H 


^^H 2607. ^^H 


1 


^^H 


^^HHHI 


■ A TABLE of the ' 


■ 


IHI^^^H 


[christenings and MORTALITY ^J 


^B 


?oT the Year 1606 and 1607.* 




■ 


^M Weeks. Days of the Chrift. Bar. Pla. Par. 


Weeki. Days of the Chrift. 


Bur. 


^H 


^^^H Monch. 


in fee. 


Month. 




tnf»:. ^^H 


^^^H January i. 


117 150 38 18 


27 July 2. Ill 


112 


27 7 ^H 


^H 


161 115 26 12 


28 9. 103 


"7 


33 'O ^H 


^H 15- 


[18 121 16 8 


29 16. 89 


154 


37 12 ^H 


^^m 


135 io6 14 7 


30 23. 126 


152 


51 17 ^M 


^B 29- 


'35 134 28 12 


3» 30- "5 


'56 


43 19 ^H 


^^H 6 Febr. 


134 158 33 14 


32 Auguft 6. 112 


1S7 


77 '9 ^H 


^H 


130 147 20 12 


33 13- 102 


172 


69 II ^^H 


^^B 19. 


140 149 17 9 


34 20- 134 


189 


32 ^H 


^^H 


115 120 14 9 


35 27- 124 


^75 


71 ^^H 


^^^^ JO March 5. 


147 127 20 13 


36 Scptem. 3. 130 


232 


Z05 ^^H 


^^^r 


133 130 30 14 


37 >o- 149 


243 


^M 


^^H ^9- 


'46 13s 33 13 


38 '7- '37 


264 


124 ^^H 


^^m 


133 124 22 9 


39 24. 119 


302 


177 55 ^H 


^^H 14 April 


130 123 13 5 


40 0(5lober i. 157 


283 


150 ^H 


^H '^ 


145 138 23 12 


41 8. 116 


230 


113 32 ^H 


^H j6 


143 146 27 II 


42 15. no 


223 


no 45 -^H 


^H 23. 


98 133 26 12 


43 22. 150 


215 


82 37 ^H 


^^H 


115 125 43 14 


44 29. 143 


198 


68 31 -^M 


^^^1 19 May 


130 94 17 7 


45 Novem. 5. 114 


196 


25 ^^H 


^^H 14. 


110 128 15 3 


46 12. 135 


186 


55 24 ^H 


^^H 


116 126 25 9 


47 '9- »33 


148 


23 ^H 


^^1 


120 116 13 5 


48 26. 138 


130 


21 12 ^^H 


^^H 23 Jane 


ro4 100 II 4 


49 Decern. 3. 154 


126 


19 12 ^^H 


^^H 


128 90 10 4 


50 10. 121 


122 


28 ^H 


^H 25 


III 86 14 2 


51 17- 129 


'3* 


7 5 ^H 


^^H 25- 


122 126 21 10 


52 24. 115 


129 


9 5 ^H 


^^H 


rChriftened — — 6582 




^1 


^^H 


c Totals < Buried — — 8022 




^^H 




(.Whereof of the Plague 2352 




H 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


* Bill's LOBdon*i Remembrancer. 




I 


1 


• 


A TABLE ^H 



i6oi. 

A TABLE of the 

CHRISTENINGS and MORTALITY 

For the Year 1607 and 1608. ♦ 



mks. 


Days of the 


Chrift. 


Bur. 


Pla. 


Par. 


Weeki. 


Day* of the Chrift. 


Bar. 


Pla. 


Par. 




Month. 








infec. 




Month. 








infec 


I 


Dec. 


31- 


118 1 


[48 


4 


4 


27 


June 30. ] 


14 


116 


16 


9 


2 


January 7. 


149 ] 


[20 


3 


3 


28 


July 7. ] 


07 


134 


16 


12 


3 




14. 


127 ] 


[30 


4 


4 


29 


14. ] 


19 


162 


26 


'I 


4 




21. 


^53 J 


[30 


3 


2 


30 


21. 1 


13 


156 


24 


16 


5 




28. 


160 i 


[41 


2 


2 


31 


28. ] 


30 


233 


50 


25 


6 


Febr. 


4. 


124 I 


[12 


4 


2 


32 


Augull 4. ] 


t09 


184 


45 


21 


7 




11. 


129 : 


132 








33 


II. ] 


30 


191 


70 


32 


8 




18. 


152 : 


[50 


6 


6 


34 


18. ] 


30 


203 


79 


29 


9 




25- 


124 ] 


117 


I 


I 


35 


25. ] 


29 


197 


73 


31 


10 


March 


3- 


171 ] 


[23 


7 


7 


36 


Septem. i. i 


34 


275 


123 


39 


II 




10. 


162 ] 


1^6 


3 


3 


37 


8. ] 


53 


250 


136 


42 


12 




17- 


143 J 


'37 


2 


2 


38 


15. 3 


'55 


248 


107 


38 


13 




24. 


144 ] 


127 


5 


4 


39 


22. ] 


'57 


273 


143 


38 


14 




31- 


144 ] 


[14 


4 


3 


40 


29. J 


124 


296 


147 


48 


'$ 


April 


7- 


126 ] 


[40 


I 


I 


41 


Oftobcr 6. 1 


[22 


239 


103 


32 


16 




14. 


^55 ' 


'34 


4 


3 


42 


13- ^ 


[40 


258 


131 


43 


17 




21. 


130 1 


163 


6 


4 


43 


20. ] 


142 


247 


124 


40 


ig 




28. 


126 ] 


'47 


4 


3 


44 


27. ] 


155 


241 


102 


32 


»9 


May 


5- 


102 ] 


'25 


7 


3 


.*/^5 


Novem. 3. i 


'35 


236 


109 


37 


20 




12. 


122 


[40 


6 


6 


46 


10. 


136 


189 


72 


29 


21 




19. 


106 J 


'25 


7 


7 


47 


'7- 


150 


205 


69 


27 


22 




26. 


95 ' 


'38 


II 


8 


48 


24. 


t09 


205 


70 


32 


23 


June 


2. 


93 J 


'33 


10 


8 


49 


Decern, i. 


'52 


240 


90 


37 


24 




1- 


108 ] 


'39 


14 


10 


50 


8. 


'34 


194 


68 


29 


25 




16. 


127 


t22 


10 


8 


51 


15- 


'39 


197 


75 


29 


26 




23. 


104 


'38 


13 


9 


52 


22. 


'31 


190 


53 


25 



{Chriftencd -^ — 6845 
Buried — — 9020 

Whereof of the Plague 2262 



■ Bill's London's Rtnemltnncer. 



A TABLE 







^^m i6dg. ^^H 


1 


1 


^H 






^ A TABLE of the 






^^^^H 


■ CHRISTENINGS and MORTALITY ^^| 






For the Year 1608 and 1609.* 






■ 


^^^ Weeks, Days of tW CkrLft. Bur. Fla. I»ar. | Weeks. Dayioftb* CJirift. 


Bar. 


PU 


^^1 




Month. 


infec. 


Month. 






^^^^ 


^^^H 


Decern. 2 9. 


117 165 39 21 


27 June 29. 109 


i8a 


47 


^H 


^^H 


January 5. 


125 1 89 §6 25 


28 July 6. 140 


194 


60 


^H 


^H 


12. 


117 201 60 32 


29 13. 102 


198 


57 


^H 


^^B 


19. 


135 226 81 32 


30 20. 104 


189 


58 


^^H 


^^1 


26. 


142 197 67 28 


31 27. 135 


229 


91 


^H 


^H 


Febr. 2. 


126 187 56 24 


32 Auguft 3. 124 


239 


100 


^1 


^H 


9- 


138 228 90 33 


33 10. 115 


280 


126 


^H 


^H 


i6w 


[36 204 62 26 


3+ 17- '27 


264 


101 


^H 


^^B- 


2?- 


152 177 46 26 


35 24. 91 


296 


150 


^H 


^^H 


March 2. 


140 173 32 17 


36 31. 123 


364 


177 


^1 


^^H 


9- 


[43 184 44 24 


37 Septem. 7. 132 


300 


141 


^H 


^^H 


16. 


117 166 23 25 


38 14. 107 


335 


158 


^H 


^B '^ 


23. 


[61 230 68 27 


39 21. 105 


386 


210 


^H 


^H ''^ 


30. 


127 236 Sg 36 


40 28. 136 


31' 


144 


^H 


^H 


April 6. 


136 232 73 37 


41 0(flober 5. 129 


306 


«54 


^H 


^^B 


i3' 


153 237 93 34 


42 13. 123 


335 


177 


^H 


^H '7 


20. 


143 235 86 40 


43 »9' H3 


3'3 


»3i 


^H 


^^B 


27- 


105 274 99 39 


44 26. 121 


199 


55 


^H 


^H *^ 


May 4. 


92 252 92 38 


45 Novcm. 2. 121 


237 


84 


^M 


^^H 


II. 


113 242 89 37 


46 9. 116 


224 


69 


^H 


^^V 


18. 


98 222 93 35 


47 16. 118 


234 


67 


^H 


^^H 


25- 


114 194 66 33 


48 23. 125 


.87 


59 


^H 


^H 13 


June I. 


lOO 188 52 27 


49 30- 137 


181 


51 


^H 


^^1 


8. 


91 215 65 26 


50 Decern. 7. 139 


^39 


18 


^1 


^H 


15- 


97 »58 36 »7 


51 14. 125 


150 


23 


^H 


^H 


22. 


89 *53 43 45 


52 21. 135 


148 


23 


^1 






rChriftcned — — 6388 






^1 




T} 


le Totals < Buried — — 11 785 






^^H 






t Whereof of the Plague 4240 






■ 






• Bell's London's Remembrancer. 






m 






c 


A TABLE -^H 







^H^rli^^^^l 


1 


1 


■ 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 


^^^^^^I^^ f* 


• A TABLE of die ' 


1 


■ 


^^1 


^^^rCHRISTENINGS and MORTALITY | 






For the Year 1609 and 16 10.* 






■ 


^^^^^^1 


Days of the 


Chrill. Bur. Pla. Par. 


Weeks. Days of the Chrift. 


Bur. 


Pla. 


■ 




Month. 


infec. 


Month. 






infec. H 


^^^^^^^H 


Decern. 28. 


139 161 39 23 


27 June 28. 106 


162 


25 


1 


^^^^^^^H 


January 4. 


127 168 32 18 


28 July 5. 118 


194 


38 


1 


^^^^^V 


II. 


^37 144 »9 »3 


29 12. 118 


187 


45 


18 ^m 


^^^^^H 


18. 


134 159 3' 20 


30 19. no 


171 


45 


^^1 


^^^^^B 


25- 


141 152 27 16 


31 26. 122 


187 


40 


17 ^H 


^^^^H 


Fcbr. I . 


140 140 21 13 


32 Auguft 2. 109 


187 


47 


^^H 


^^^^H 


8. 


170 133 II 9 


33 9- 156 


234 


50 


23 ^H 


^^^^^1 


»5- 


130 132 18 14 


34 »6. 131 


250 


73 


^H 


^^^^H 


22. 


157 149 10 8 


35 23. . 112 


208 


60 


^M 


^^^^^^^B 


March i. 


133 144 7 7 


36 30. 134 


294 


99 


37 ^H 


^^^^^^^V 


8. 


149 142 6 5 


37 Septem. 6. 124 


286 


96 


31 ^M 


^^^^^^H 


15- 


150 150 17 16 


38 13' 135 


272 


89 


33 ^M 


^^^^H 


22. 


147 137 8 6 


39 20. 119 


256 


86 


34 ^M 


^^^^^M 


29. 


126 139 7 6 


40 27. 117 


254 


72 


33 ^H 


^^^^H 


April 5. 


151 140 8 8 


41 Odober 4. 141 


219 


63 


^m 


^^^^^H 


12. 


^55 >42 ^3 9 


42 II. 143 


221 


79 


35 ^M 


^^^^H 


19. 


133 168 15 II 


43 18. 122 


197 


59 


32 ^H 


^^^^^m 


26. 


135 145 H 10 


44 25. 134 


187 


49 


28 ^H 


^^^^H 


May 3. 


118 160 21 16 


45 Novem. i. 114 


187 


58 


23 B 


^^^^^^^K 


10. 


III 130 19 14 


46 8. 152 


196 


40 


19 ^m 


^^^^^^^H 


»7- 


123 131 18 12 


47 15- 147 


160 


22 


16 ^H 


^^^^^^^H 


24. 


121 128 II 10 


48 22. 136 


163 


42 


19 ^H 


^^^^H 


31- 


106 128 13 9 


49 29. 142 


179 


39 


'9 ^B 


^^^^^H 


June 7. 


100 143 9 8 


50 Decern. 6. 140 


142 


15 


^^1 


^^^^^B 


14. 


117 158 14 9 


51 13- 148 


146 


12 


^^H 


^^^^^^m 


21. 


91 177 26 14 


52 20. 114 


148 


26 


^H 






rChriftencd — — 678/; 






^B 




The Totals \ Buried — — 9087 






H 






(."Whereof of the Plague 1803 






' 1 


^^^^^^^B 




• Bell's London'* Remembrancer. 






J 












J 



1624. 



» 



The General BILL for the whole Year of all the Burials and Chris- 
tenings J as well within the City of London and the Liberties thereof, 
as in the nine Out Parifhes adjoining to the City, with the Peft-houfe 
belonging to the fame, 

From Thurfday the iSth of December 1623, toThurfday the 16th of December 1624, 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifti Clerks of London.* 

Buried this Year in fourfcore and feventecn Partlhcs of London within the Walls — 3386 
Whereof of the Plague — i 

Buried this Year in the fixteen Parifhes of London and the Pefl-houfe, being within? 

the Liberties, and without the Walls • I ^ 

Whereof of the Plague —— — 

The whole Sum of the Burials in London and the Liberties thereof is this Year — • 9310 
Whereof of the Plague 6- 

Buried of the Plague without the Liberties, in Middlefex and Surrey, this whole Year a 

Chriflened in London and the Liberties thereof this Year 6368 

Buried this Year in the nine Out Parifhes adjoining to London and out of the Freedom 2900 
Whereof of the Plague • - — — 5 



/C924 
5 



The Total of the Burials in the Places aforefaid is 
Whereof of the Plague — 

Chriftened in all the aforefaid Places this Year 



Pari/hes clear of the Plague 

Parifhes that have been infeded this Year 



I22IO 

II 

8299 

116^ 
6 



* G«AVNT, 



c^ 



A TABLE 



ATABLEofthe 

CHRISTENINGS and MORTALITY 

For the Year 1624 and 1625. * 



^eeks 


. Dayi of the 




Month. 


I 


Decern. 2 3. 


2 


30- 


3 


January 6. 


4 


13. 


5 


20. 


6 


27. 


7 


Febr. 3. 


8 


10. 


9 


'7- 


10 


24-. 


II 


March 3. 


12 


10. 


'» 


17- 


14 


24. 


15 


31. 


16 


April 7. 


17 


14. 


J8 


21. 


»» 


28. 


20 


May 5. 


21 


12. 


22 


19. 


23 


26. 


24 


June 2. 


25 


9- 


s6 


16. 



Chnft. Bur. 



65 183 

76 211 

99 220 

94 t9^ 

60 240 

78 226 

78 174 

61 204 

81 211 

90 252 

85 207 

96 210 

75 262 



Pla. Par. 
infec. 
O O 



O 
I 
I 

o 
o 

3 
5 

3 

I 

o 
o 
4 



o 
I 
I 
o 
o 
I 

2 
I 
I 

o 
o 

3 



87 


226 


8 


2 


33 


243 


II 


4 


84 


239 


10 


4 


54 


256 


24 


IQ 


60 


230 


25 


II 


34 


305 


26 


9 


.58 


292 


30 


IQ 


40 


332 


45 


13 


82 


379 


71 


17 


45 


401 


78 


16 


23 


395 


69 


20 


25 


43 + 


i' 


25 


10 


510 


'65 


3> 



[Weeks. Daysofth* Chri*. Bur. Pla. Par. 

I Month. infeC. 

27 June 23. 110 640 239 32 

28 30. 125 942 390 50 

29 July 7. 114 1222 593 57 

30 14. 115 1 741 1004 82 

31 21. 137 2850 1819 96 

32 28. 155 3583 2471 lOJ 

33 Augua 4. 128 4517 3659 114 

34 Ji- 125 4855 4115 112 

35 »*• '34 5205 4463 »'4 

36 25. 135 4841 4218 114 

37 Septem. 1. 117 3897 3344 "7 

38 8. 1x2 3157 2550 116 

39 15. 100 2148 1672 107 

40 22. 75 1994 1551 III 
4» 29. 78 1236 852 103 

42 Oftober 6. 77 838 538 g^ 

43 13- 85 8x5 511 9» 

44 20. 91 651 331 76 

45 _ 27- 77 375 134 47 

46 Novem.3. 82 357 89 41 

47 10. 85 319 92 35 
4S 17. 88 274 48 aa 

49 24, 88 231 27 16 

50 Decern, i. 93 190 15 12 

51 8- 90 181 15 7 

52 15. 94 168 6 5 



iChriftened — — 6983 
Buried -^— — 54265 
Whereof of the Plague 35417 



Bell's London's Remembrancer. 



A General 



N 



1625. 

A General BILL of the whole Number of Burials, which have been bu- 
ried of all Difeafcs, and alfo of the Plague, in every Parifh within the City 
of London, and the Liberties thereof, as alfb in the nine Out PariOies 
adjoining to the faid City, with the Pcft-houfe belonging to the fame, 

From Thurfday, December i6, 1624, toThurfday the 15th of December 1625. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft -excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London. 



London. 
St A LBANS Wood-ftrect 

X\, Alhallows Barking 

Alhallows Bread -ftreet 

Alhallows the Great 

Alhallows Honey-lane 

Alhallows the Lcfs 

Alhallows Lumbard-ftrcet — 

Alhallows Stainings 

Alhallows the Wail — — 

St Alphage Cripplegate 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrews Undcrfhaft — 

St Andrews Wardrobe • 

St Anns Alderfgate — 

St Anns Black Friars 

St Antholins Parifh - 

St Auftins Parifh - 

St Bartholomew Exchanee 



St Bennets Fynck — 

St Bennets Grace-church 
St Bennets Pauls Wharf 
St Bennets Sherehog 
St Botolphs Billingtgate 
Chrifl Church Parifh — 
St Chriltophers 

St Clements Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Back-church — 
St Dunftans in the Eaft — 
St Edmunds Lumbard-ftreet 

St Ethelborough - 

St Faiths — 

St Foflers 

St Gabriel Fen-church 

St George Botolph-Iane — 
St Gregories by Pauls — 



Bur. 

188 

297 
.H 

442 
18 

259 
86 

183 

301 

240 

146 

219 

373 
196 

62 

72 

52 

108 

48 
226 

24 

61 1 

48 

87 

99 
335 

78 
205 

89 
149 

71 

30 

296 



Pla. 




78 


St 


263 


St 


«4 


St 


302 


St 


8 


St 


205 


St 


44 


St 


i.?8 


St 


^55 


St 


190 


St 


lOI 


St 


149 


St 


191 


St 


128 


St 


21/; 


St 


,^1 


St 


40 


St 


24 


St 


57 


St 


H 


St 


«,^» 


St 


8 


St 


66 


St 


37' 


St 


28 


St 


72 


St 


59 


St 


22;; 


St 


49 


St 


lOl 


St 


45 


St 


102 


St 


54 


St 


J 9 


St 


196 


St 



Helens Bifhopfgatc 
James Garlickliithe 
John Baptill 



John Evangclift 

John Zacharies 
James Dukes-place 
Katherine Coleman 
Kathcrine Crec-church 

Lawrence Jewry 

Lawrence Pountney 
Leonards Eallcheap - 
l,conards Foftei-lane 

Magnus 

Margarets Lothbury ■ 
Margarets Mofcs 



Margarets New Fifh-flreet 

Margaret Pattons 

Mary Abchurch 

Mary Aldermanbury 

Mary Aldermary - 

Mary le Bow — 

Mary Bothaw - 

Mary Cole-church 

Mary HiU 



Mary Mounthaw 
Mary Summcrfet 
Mary Stainings — 
Mary Wool-church 
Mary Woolnoth 



Martins Iremonger-lanc 

Martins Ludgate 

Martins Orgars 

Martins Outwich 

Martins in the Vintrey 
Matthew Friday ftreet • 



Bur. 
136 
iSo 
122 

7 

143 

310 

26 

886 

206 

• 55 
292 

*37 
114 

37 
123 

■ 77 

98 

126 

92 

35 
22 
26 

'52 

76 
270 

70 

58 
82 

25 

254 

88 

60 

339 
24 



Pla. 

7' 
109 

79 
o 

97 
»5+ 
^75 

55 

26 
209 

85 
64 

25 
82 

50 
58 
79 
54 
»9 
»4 
1 1 

84 

58 
192 

44 

35 

5^ 

iS 

164 

47 

30 

20S 

. 1 1 



St Maudlins 



615- 



St Maudlins Milk-ftrcct - 
St Maudlins Old Fifli-ftreet 
St Michael BafTilhaw — 
St Michael Cornhill — ■ 
St Michael Crooked- lane - 
St Michael Qiieenhithe — 
St Michael in the Qiierne 
St Michael Royal — 
St Michael Wood-ftreet 
St Mildreds Bread-ftrccc — 
St Mildreds Poultrey — 

St Nicholas Aeons • 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olaves — — 



Bur. 


Pla. 


40 1 


23 


225 


142 


199 


'39 


^55 


79 


144 


9« 


215 


^57 


53 
III 


30 
61 


189 
60 


68 

4+ 


94 


45 


33 
87 


13 
67 


70 


43 



St Olaves Hart-ftrect — 

St Olaves Jewry 

St Olaves Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peters Cheap 

St Peters Cornhill 

St Peter Pauls Wharf 
Sr Peters Poor 



St Stevens Coleman -ftreet 
St Stevens Walbrooke 
St Swithins London-done 

St Thomas Apoflles 

Trinity Parilh 



Buried within the ninety-feven Pariflies within the Walls of all Difcafcs 



Of the Plague 

St Andrews Holborn — 
Sr Bartholomew the Great 
St Bartholomew the Lefs 

St Brides Parilh 

St Botolph Aldgate — 
Bridewell Prccinft — 
St Botolph Billiopfgate 
St Botolph Alderfgaie — 
St Dunftans Weft 



2190 
516 
III 

1481 

2573 

213 

2334 

57^ 
860 



1636 

360 

1031 

1653 
'52 

714 

307 
642 



St George Southwark — 
St Giles Cripplegate — 
St Olave's Southwark — 
St Savior Southwark — 
St Sepulchres Parilh — 
St Thomas in Southwark 

Trinity Minories 

At the Peft-houfe ■ 



Bur. 

43 

274 

17 
68 

318 

97 

52 
506 

"25 

99 
r4i 

148 



14340 
9197 

1068 
3988 
3689 
2746 
• 3425 
325 

- 131 

- 194 



Buried in the nine Out Parilhes 



St Clements Danes 

St Giles in the Fields 

St James Clarkenwell — 
St Katherines by the Tower 
St Leonards in Shoreditch - 



1284 

1333 

1191 

998 

^995 



947 

903 

744 

1407 



St Martins in the Fields • 
St Mary White-chappel 
St Magdalens Bermondiey 
St Mary Savoy 



Buried in the nine Out Parilhes in Middlefex and Surrey 
Whereof of the Plague 

The Total within and without the Walls, &c. ■ 

Of the Plague — 

Chriftnings this prefent Year 

Pari fhes clear 

Parishes infedled —— - ■-— - 



12953 
9067 

54265 

35417 
6983 

I 

121 



Pla. 

103 
8 

78 
68 

27 

60 
107 

i 

912: 
2338 
2609 
167* 
2420 

277 

87 

189;, 



Buried in the fixteen Pariflies without the Walls, ftanding Part within 7 ^ 

the Liberties, in Middlefex, Surrey, and at the Peft-houfe y ^' 

Of the Plague ^7^53 



1470 

3305 

1127 

250 



973 
2272 



ATABLJ 



ITY 



Cut ot th< 
Dropfy an 
Drowned 
Exceffive 
Executed 
Fainted in 
Falling Si 
Flox and 
Found dej 
French P< 
Frighted 



'U. 


Par. 




infec 


19 


8 


25 


J2 


43 


16 


50 


2(> 


40 


16 


n 


26 


5j 


»5 


65 


»9 


54 


H 


67 


22 


66 


19 


63 


25 


68 


18 


57 


22 


56 


22 


66 


26 


73 


28 


60 


22 


34- 


16 


29 


l6 


29 


15 


18 


9 


7 


6 


20 


12 


»9 


II 


5 


4 



9 



TABLE 



St Maudlins Milk 
St Maudlins Old 
St Michael Baffifl; 
St Michael Comh 
St Michael Crook 
St Michael Queer 
St Michael in the 
St Michael Royal 
St Michael Wood 
St Mildreds Brea< 
. St Mildreds Poull 
St Nicholas Aeon 
St Nicholas Coles 
St Nicholas Olav 

Buried witl 
Of the Pla 

St Andrews Holh 
St Bartholomew t 
St Bartholomew t 
St Brides Parilh 
St Botolph Aldga 
Bridewell Freeing 
St Botolph Bifhoj 
St Botolph Alder. 
St Dunftans Weft 

Buried in 
the Libe 
Of the Pla 



St Clements Dani 
St Giles in the Fi 
St James darker 
St Katherines by 
St Leonards in 5 

Buri 
Wh« 

The 
Of I 
Chr 
Pari 
•Pari 





^^r 1630. ^^^^^^^^^^^^1 




^*A TABLE the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


r CHRISTENINGS and MORTALITY '^^ 




For the Year 1629 and 1630. * ^H 


^^^ Weeks. Days of the 


Chrtfi. Bur. Pla. Par. Weeks. Days of the Chrill. Bur. Pla. Par. ^^| 


^^^^ Month. 


infec. 


Month. infec. ^^^H 


^^V I Dec. 24. 


198 141 


27 June 24. 174 205 19 g ^^M 


^^m 


184 145 


28 July I. 149 209 25 12 ^^H 


^^H 3 January 7. 


1 96 156 


29 8. 141 217 43 16 ^^H 


^H 14. 


198 140 


30 15. 148 250 50 2(> ^^H 


^H 


180 150 


31 22. 163 229 40 16 ^^H 


^^■. 


204 147 


32 29. 172 279 77 26 ^H 


^^^a 7 Febr. 


203 151 


33 Auguft 5. 140 250 56 15 ^H 


^^H 


201 124 


34 12. 142 246 6^ 19 ^^H 


^^B 


201 163 


35 19- 1^4 269 54 14 ^H 


^^H 25. 


179 162 


36 26. 163 270 6y 22 ^^H 


^^H II March 4. 


219 170 


37 Septem. 2. 159 230 66 19 ^^H 


^^^H 


220 j6i 2 2 


38 9. 167 259 63 25 ^H 


^m 


187 153 4 1 


39 16. 175 264 68 iS ^^M 


^^H 25. 


205 172 


40 23. 168 274 sy 22 ^^H 


^^^B 15 April 


189 161 I I 


41 30. 165 269 56 22 ^^H 


^^1 


204 183 2 2 


4> Oaober 7. 186 236 66 26 ^H 


^H 15- 


203 173 II 6 


43 14. 166 261 73 28 ^^H 


^^H 


2x8 188 7 3 


44 XI. 191 248 60 22 ^^H 


^H 29. 


192 165 3 2 


45 28. 164 2 14 34 16 ^^H 


^^^B 20 May 6. 


177 196 15 6 


46 Novem. 4. 154 242 29 16 . ^^| 


^^B 13. 


175 »94 "3 9 


47 176 215 29 .15 ^^H 


^^^B 


158 1S7 20 10 


48 i8. 201 200 18 9 ^^H 


^H 27. 


158 209 24 8 


49 25. 210 226 7 6 ^ ^^^1 


^^H 24 June 3. 


180 193 17 10 


50 Decern. 2. 206 221 20 12 ^^H 


^^B 


159 192 19 13 


51 9. 150 198 19 II ^^1 


^^^B 17. 


126 180 13 8 1 52 16. 187 217 5 4 ^^H 




rChriftened 93^5 ^^| 




The Totals < Buried — 10554 ^^H 




(.Whereof of the Plague 1317 ^^H 




* Bell's London's Rengembrancer. ^^^H 


^^^^K ' 


ATABLE ^H 



^H 




^Hp 1656. ^H 


^H 


^^^^^B 




' A TABLE of thd 


^^^^H 


^^^p CHRISTENINGS and MORTALITY ^ 


^^H 




For the Year 1635 ^^ 1636.* 


■ 


^^^^^H 


Days of tho 


Chrift. Bur. Pla. Par. 


Weeks. Day4 of tho Chrlfi. 


Bar. Pla. f». 


^^^^^^^^^H 


Month. 


infec. 


Month. 


infec 


^^^^^^H 


Dec. 24. 


231 170 


27 June 23. 149 


257 65 12 


^^^^^^H 


3'- 


195 174 


28 30. 141 


273 82 15 


^^^^H 


January 7. 


217 189 


29 July 7. 152 


265 64, 16 


^^^^^1 


14. 


242 174 


30 14. 142 


298 86 i8 


^^^^H 


21. 


220 190 


31 21. 146 


350 108 19 


^^^^^B 


28. 


214 171 


32 28. 183 


26^ 136 29 


^^^^H 


Febr. 4. 


227 183 


33 Auguft 4. 152 


394 »8i 35 


^^^^H 


11. 


234 160 


34 11. 166 


465 244 35 


^^^^B 


18. 


207 203 


35 ^8. 167 


546 284 43 


^^^^^H 


25- 


198 238 


36 25. 161 


690 380 45 


^^^^^^H 


March 3. 


212 198 


37 Septem. 1. 163 


835 536 51 


^^^^^^H 


10. 


231 194 


38 8- ^53 


921 5^7 55 


^^^^H 


17- 


244 187 


39 *5- J6^ 


1106 728 60 


^^^^^m 


24. 


215 177 


40 22. 172 


1018 645 64. 


^^^^H 


31- 


193 196 


41 29. 168 


121 1 796 gf 


^^^^^m 


April 7. 


202 199 2 I 


42 Odtober 6. 170 


1 1 95 790 62 


^^^^m 


14. 


221 205 4 2 


43 13- 164 


1 147 682 59 


^^^^H 


21. 


204 205 7 3 


44 20. 174 


^55 47^ 52 


^^^^B 


28. 


271 210 4 3 


45 27. 133 


779 404 58 


^^^^^^v 


May 5. 


197 206 4 3 


46 Noirem. 3. 153 


H56 755 67 


^^^^^^H 


12. 


199 254 41 11 


47 10. 164 


^66 625 64. 


^^^^^^H 


19- 


171 244 22 8 


48 17- 143 


827 512 59 


^^^^1 


26. 


160 263 38 11 


49 24. 162 


747 408 46 


^^^^^m 


June 2. 


189 276 51 13 


50 Decern, i. 168 


550 291 48 


^^^H' 


I- 


153 275 64 15 


51 8. 175 


385 143 34 


^^^^^K 


16. 


145 325 86 16 


52 15- »34 


324 79 23; 


^^^^m 




rChrlftened — — q/:22 


f 


^^^^^^^H 


The Totals \ Buried — — z^i'jQ 


■ 


■ 


• 


(.Whereof of the Plague 10400 
* Bill's London's Remembrancer.. 


A GeQcra) ■ 


^L 




• 


_J 



1636. 

A General BILL for this prefent Yeare, 

Ending the 15th Day of December 1636. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifti Clerks of London, &c. 



St 



LB AN Wood-ftreet — 



Alhallows Barking 



A 

Alhallows Bread-ftreet 
Alhallows the Great - 

Alhallows Honey-lane 
Alhallows the Lefs — 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 
Alhallows Staining — 

Alhallows the Wall — 
St Alphage 



St Andrew Hubbard 
Sit Andrew Underfhaft 
St Andrew -Wardrobe 
St Anne Alderigate — 
St Anne Black Friars 

St Antholin's — 

St Auftin's — 

St Barthol. Exchange — 
St Bennet Fink — 
St Bennet Grace-church 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf 
St Bennet Sherehog 
St Botolph Billingfgate 

Chrift Church 

St Chriftophers 

St Clement Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Back-church — 
St Dunftan Eaft — — 
St Edmund Lombard-ftreet 

St Ethel burg 

St Faith 

St Fofter 

St Gabriel Fen-church — 
St George Botolph-lane — 
St Gregory by St Paul — 



Bur. 

42 
142 

14 

3 
47 
22 
28 
1 1 1 
62 
26 

44 
120 
104 

24 
20 

'9 

25 
16 

112 

9 

30 
183 

»3 

18 

17 
64 

15 

61 

33 

40 

14 
19 
99 



Pla. 

13 


St 


32 


St 


2 


St 


42 


St 





St 


8 


St 


2 


St 


5 


St 


40 


St 


11 


St 


10 


St 


II 


St 


44 


St 


68 


St 


59 


St 


7 


St 


3 


St 





St 


7 


St 


I 


St 


49 


St 





St 


9 


St 


70 


St 


6 


St 


3 


St 


2 


St 


8 


St 


2 


St 


27 


St 


12 


St 


7 


St 


5 


St 


4 


St 


39 


St 



Hellen 

James Dukes-jilace 
James Garlickhith 
John Baptift 



John Evangelift 

John Zachaiy's — 
Katherine Coleman 
Kathcrine Cree-cliurch 
Laurence Jewry — 
Laurence Poultncy 
Leonard's Ealkheap 
Leonard's Fofter-lane 

Magnus 

Margaret Loth bury - 
Mara-aret Mofes 



Margaret New FiQi-ftreet — 
Margaret Pattons 



Mary Abchurch — 
Mary Aldermanbury 
Mary Aldermary — 

Mary le Bow 

Mary Bothaw 

Mary Cole-church 

Mary Hill 

Mary Mounthaw — 
Mary Somcrfet — 
Mary Staining 



Mary Wool-church 
Mary Woolnoth 



Martin Ironmonger-lane 
Martin Ludgate 

Martin Orgars 

Martin Outwich 

Martin Vintrey 

Matthew Friday -ftreet 
D 



Bur. 
29 

45 

37 

^9 
I 

39 
•35 
129 

26 

35 
10 

95 
42- 
26 
24 

23 

• 23 
24 

35 
39 
14 
10 
10 

42 
iS 

83 
II 

18 

24 
8 

51 
20 

'7 

85 
14 



Pla. 
2 

«7 
I 

4 
o 

14 

73 

31 

3 

9 
2 

40 

»4 
o 
II 
12 
1 1 
2 
II 
12 

4 
I 
I 

7 

I 

27 
3 
5 
3 
o 

9 

2 

3 

21 

I 



St Magdalen 



1636. 



St Magdalen Milk-ftreet — — 
St Magdalen Old Filli-ftrcet — 

St Michael Baflifliaw - 

St Michael Cornhill — — 
St Michael Crooked- lane — — 

St Michael Qucenhith — 

St Michael Quern • — 

St Michael Royal — 

St Michael Wood-ftreet 

St Mildred Bread-ftreet 

St Miklred Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 



St Nicholas Coleabbey 
St Nicholas Olavcs — 



Bur. 

9 

72 

45 

27 

33 

52 
II 

30 
74 
24 
36 
16 

37 
21 



Pla. 
o 

35 

9 

9 
8 

'7 
I 

o 

21 

6 

7 

5 

12 

6 



St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry 

St Olave Silver- ftfect — 

St Pancras Soper-lane — ■ 

St Peter's Cheap — 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor 



St Stephen Coleman -ftreet 
St Stephen Walbrook 

St Swithin - 

St Thomas Apoftle 
Trinity Parilh 



Bur. 
67 
18 

39 

7 
18 

27 
29 

'5 

92 

8 

22 

27 
3« 



Buried in the ninety-fcven Pariflies within the Walls of all Difeafes 4025 
Whereof of the Plague 1200 



St Andrew Holbourn 

St Bartholomew the Great 

St Bartholomew the Lefs 

St Bridget — 

'Bridewell Precinft — 
St Botolph Alderfgate — 
St Botolph Aldgate — 

St Botolph Bilhopfgate 
St Dunllan Weft 



922 


429 


248 


133 


40 


iS 


483 


^5i 


51 


^3 


245 


125 


1 501 


735 


1239 


515 


240 


49 



St George South war k — 
St Giles Cripplegate — 
St Olave's Southwark — 
St Saviour's Southwark 
St Sepulchre's — — 
St Thomas Southwark 
Trinity Minories — 
At the Peft-houfe 



Buried in the fixteen Parifhes without the Walls, and at the Peft-houfe 
"Whereof of the Plague • 



St Clement Danes 

St Giles in the Fields 

St James Clarkenwell — 

St Katherines by the Tower 

.St Leonard Shoreditch — 



470 117 

863 428 

649 364 

577 3'8 

767 406 



St Martin in the Fields 
St Mary White-chapel 
St Magdalen Bermondfey 
Savoy Parifti 



1044 

2374 

'537 
1269 

1327 
214 

46 
100 



12280 

5956 

850 

1766 

406 

106 



Biiricd In the nine Out Parifties in Middlefex and Surrey 6454 
Whereof of the Plague ■- - — — 3244 



The Total of all Difeafes within the Walls, without the Walls, in 
the Liberties, in Middlefex and Surrey, with the nine Out Pa- 

^ rifties, and the Peft-haufe 

Whereof buried of the Plague this prefent Yeftr 

The Total of all Chriftnings this prefent Year —^ . — 

Pari/hcs infeded — ^_> — , 

Pariflies clear this Year _^ ----■ 



J 



23359 

10400 
95^2. 

I TO 
C2 



Pla. 

«5 
o 

10 

o 

2 

7 

12 

O 

29 

o 

3 
8 



i 



514 
870 
847 

742 
566 

140 

21 
96 



d 



294 

1060 

203 



A TABLE 





^^^ 1637^ ^^1 


1 


^^M 




A TABLE of the 




^I^^^H 


r CHRISTENINGS and MORTALITY ^J 




For the Year 1636 and 1637. * 




■ 


^B Weeks. Days of the 


CbriA. Bur. PU. Pv- | Weeks. Days of the Chria 


Bur, 


^H 


^^^H Monih, 


infec. 


Month. 




^^^^M 


^^^H I Decem.22, 


157 263 67 ?3 


27 June 2i. 160 


246 


2S ^H 


^^^B 29. 


156 318 io8 26 


28 29. 142 


314 


133 ^H 


^^m 3 January 5. 


162 333 118 33 


29 July 6. 147 


303 


Ht 34 ^H 


^^^B 


157 260 66 zi 


30 13. 145 


254 


109 32 ^H 


^H 19- 


172 ?23 51 18 


31 20. 148 


263 


125 36 ^H 


^H 


199 248 69 24 


32 27' H3 


256 


27 ^H 


^^^B 7 Febc. 


213 293 92 25 


33 Auguft 3. 160 


223 


63 ^^H 


^m 


185 270 92 31 


34 JO. 146 


228 


62 27 ^^H 


^^^B 


186 250 73 21 


35 17- 144 


213 


49 ^H 


^^H 23. 


166 2i8 38 17 


36 24. 164 


,78 


19 ^H 


^^^B 11 March 2. 


186 214 57 25 


37 3»- '68 


170 


25 13 -^H 


^^H 


204 274 88 29 


38 Septcm. 7. 152 


i8» 


31 H ^H 


^^B 


»9J 255 67 29 


39 '4- 133 


171 


19 9 ^H 


^^m M- 23- 


177 222 57 ?5 


40 21. 195 


150 


19 10 ^^M 


^H 


194 299 xoi 30 


41 28. 176 


167 


24 ^H 


^^^a 16 April 6. 


171 250 86 30 


42 Oftober 5. 212 


^35 


H 9 ^H 


^^k ^3- 


187 235 67 26 


43 12- 213 


164 


14 10 ^^H 


^^H 


188 252 81 3i 


44- 19- J99 


135 


9 5 ^H 


^^H 27- 


162 264 92 28 


45 26. 225 


»5i 


7 5 ^H 


^^^B 20 May 4. 


168 251 72 31 


46 Novem. 2. 210 


169 


12 7 ^H 


^^^B 


163 242 85 29 


47 9- 203 


186 


9 5 ^M 


^^H 


157 250 66 ?7 


48 16. 210 


190 


^^M 


^^B 25- 


172 255 67 23 


49 23. 218 


190 


5 3 ^H 


^^^B 24 J<j^c 


135 233 61 t5 


50 3o» *i4 


173 


8 ^1 




127 218 58 26 


51 Decpm. 7. 227 


168 


JO ^^ 


^H 15- 


140 223 93 29 , 52 14, 229 


173 


^^1 




fChriftened — — 9160 




^H 


^^^^H The TotaI« ^ Buried — 1176:^ 




^^H 




(.Whereof of the PJague 308^ 




H 




* .Ssj-v's Lotuiofl's RcmeiobraQccp 




3 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B 


D 2 


A TABLE ^H 



1640. 

A TABLE of the 

CHRISTENINGS and MORTALITY 

For the Year 1639 and 1640. * 



eeks. 


Dayj of the 


Chrift. 


Bar. 


Ha. 


Par. 


Weetu. 


Days of the 
Month. 


Chrift. 


Bar. 


Pla. 


Par. 




Month. 








infec. 










infec. 


I 


Decem 


.19. 


219 


197 


3 


2 


28 


June 25. 


175 


207 


25 


9 


2 




26. 


180 


'43 


4 


2 


29 


July 2. 


193 


213 


26 


7 


3 


January 2. 


210 


172 


8 


5 


30 


?• 


179 


209 


26 


II 


4 




9- 


217 


184 


2 


2 


31 


16. 


^57 


225 


30 


12 


5 




16. 


186 


178 


2 


2 


32 


23- 


189 


250 


41 


II 


6 




23- 


189 


181 


I 


I 


33 


30- 


181 


237 


52 


'7 


7 




30- 


201 


220 








34 


Auguft 0. 


2IO 


266 


68 


'9 


8 


Febr. 


6. 


213 


213 


I 


I 


35 


13- 


215 


298 


81 


21 


9 




13- 


215 


217 


3 


3 


36 


20. 


^95 


320 


98 


24 


xo 




20. 


229 


257 


I 


I 


37 


^7- 


209 


336 


89 


25 


II 




27. 


224 


222 


I 


I 


38 


Septem. 3. 


219 


343 


98 


27 


12 


March 


5- 


249 


233 


3 


2 


39 


lO. 


219 


331 


'05 


24 


13 




12, 


229 


263 


3 


3 


40 


'7- 


193 


331 


98 


25 


H 




19. 


224 


232 


4 


3 


41 


24. 


210 


332 


94 


23 


15 




26. 


230 


236 


4 


4 


42 


Oftober i. 


197 


314 


69 


22 


16 


April 


2. 


239 


247 


3 


2 


43 


8. 


20I 


3H 


63 


27 


17 




?• 


188 


231 


I 


I 


44 


>5- 


217 


294 


55 


19 


18 




16. 


209 


208 


4 


4 


45 


22. 


158 


260 


42 


18 


19 




23- 


225 


219 


2 


2 


46 


29. 


181 


246 


24 


13 


20 




30- 


213 


239 


3 


3 


47 


Novem. 5. 


192 


210 


'7 


12 


21 


May 


7- 


217 


212 


5 


3 


48 


12. 


200 


240 


23 


17 


22 




14. 


220 


219 


6 


3 


49 


19. 


201 


228 


23 


12 


23 




21. 


194 


219 


13 


7 


50 


26. 


234 


224 


13 


8 


24 




28. 


198 


^93 


10 


4 


5» 


Decem. 3. 


208 


220 


9 


6 


25 


June 


4- 


209 


224 


19 


8 


52 


10. 


200 


219 


6 


4 


26 




II. 


165 


238 


34 


10 


53 


17- 


245 


271 


10 


S 


27 




18. 


180 


236 


15 


6 















fChriftened — — 10850 

Buried — — 12771 

Whereof of the Plague 1450 

* Bell's London's Remembrancer. 



A TABLE 





■ 


^^^p ^H 




^^M 




^p 


^^A TABLE of the 




^^^^^^H 


^^HRfSTENINGS and MORTALITY "1^ 






For the Year 1640 and 1641. 


« 


M 


^^^ Weeks 


Days of the 


Chrift. Bur. Pla. Par. Weeks. Days of the 


Chrift. Bur. 


^H 




Month. 


infec. 


Month. 




^^H 


^^H 


Dec. 24. 


^35 374 4 4 


27 June 24. 


174 256 


10 ^^H 


^^H 


31- 


ao2 322 3 2 


28 July I. 


^7' 305 


33 15 ^H 


^H 


January 7. 


210 220 3 2 


29 8. 


161 304 


17 ^H 


^^H 


14. 


184 194 4 I 


30 15. 


163 311 


17 ^^1 


^H 


21. 


206 222 5 4 


31 22. 


igo 376 


16 ^H 


^H 


28. 


210 218 3 3 


32 29. 


183 458 


74 ^H 


^H 


Febr. 4. 


222 214 2 2 


33 Auguft 5. 


212 467 


100 ^^H 


^^1 


II. 


230 235 6 6 


34 >2. 


^79 507 


80 ^H 


^H 


18. 


230 219 5 3 


35 '9- 


192 558 


131 30 ^H 


^^H 


25- 


221 259 3 2 


36 26. 


203 610 


139 35 ^M 


^^^1 


March 4. 


222 232 2 I 


37 Septem. 2. 


201 703 


183 ^H 


^^^^ 


II. 


209 242 2 2 


38 9. 


202 659 


'85 38 ^M 


^L '3 


18. 


205 a33 3 2 


39 '6. 


206 652 


197 ^H 


^^l 14 


25- 


221 234 3 3 


40 23. 


2 1 660 


239 50 ^H 


^^^K'^ 


April I . 


228 226 8 4 


41 30. 


176 630 


50 ^^H 


^^^■16 


8. 


218 272 5 3 


42 Ottober 7. 


202 654 


49 ^H 


^ 17 


15- 


216 229 4 3 


43 »4- 


196 604 


54 ^H 


^^B *^ 


22. 


234 267 7 7 


44 21. 


198 518 


184 ^H 


^H '9 


29. 


193 225 7 6 


45 28. 


174 464 


144 ^H 


^^H 


May 6. 


208 241 12 8 


46 Novem. 4. 


177 408 


31 ^^H 


^^H 


»3. 


204 254 13 10 


47 "• 


183 337 


25 ^H 


^^H 


20. 


191 234 II 10 


48 18. 


209 316 


20 ^^H 


^H 23 


27. 


192 245 16 10 


49 25. 


223 296 


^^1 


^H 24 


June 3. 


168 289 27 13 


50 Decern. 2. 


198 279 


4< 17 ^H 


^H ^^ 


10. 


191 300 20 13 


51 9. 


209 245 


10 ^^H 


^H 26 


»7- 


138 268 19 II 52 16. 

rChriftened — 

The Totals \ Buried — i 

(.Whereof of the Plague 

* Bell's London's Remembrancer. 


190 246 

10370 
8291 
3067 


17 10 ^^M 






« 


ATABLS ^H 





^^^H ^^^1 


1 


^M 




^^''a table of the ^* 


^ 


^^^1 


^^^r CHRISTENINGS and MORTALITY^ 




For the Year 1641 and 1642.* 




fl 


^^^^^^^H Weefas. Days of the 


Chrlft. Bur. Pf«. Par. 


Weeks. Day* of the Chril!. 


Bar. 


Pla. Par. H 


^^^^^^^^^H 


infcc. 


Month. 




infec H 


^^^^^^^B 23. 


213 208 15 9 


27 June 23. 177 


178 


14 10 ■ 


^^^^^H 


196 267 51 23 


28 30. 167 


164 


15 7 I 


^^^^^^^B January 6. 


213 253 26 14 


29 July 7. 170 


163 


18 12 ■ 


^^^^H 13- 


193 402 II 9 


30 14. 165 


^65 


24 12 H 


^^^^^^^B 


180 208 14 8 


31 21. 192 


170 


24 12 ■ 


^^^^^^^m 27. 


^35 234 3» »6 


32 28. 200 


187 


29 18 ■ 


^^^^^H 7 3. 


213 214 29 *5 


33 Auguft 4. 213 


185 


3<=> 13 M 


^^^^^^^H 


259 450 23 14 


34 II- 235 


224 


48 14 ■ 


^^^^H 17- 


215 187 14 7 


35 »8. 235 


224 


48 iS ■ 


^^^^^^^B 


210 231 26 9 


36 15. 219 


236 


58 13 H 


^^^^^^^B March 


237 239 17 10 


37 Septem. i. 237 


227 


60 20 H 


^^^^^^H 


232 232 18 11 


38 8. 188 


274 


70 21 H 


^^^^H >7 


206 214 5 5 


39 15- 218 


279 


66 23 H 


^^^^^m 24. 


203 219 13 5 


40 22. 228 


35^ 


103 23 ■ 


^^^^H 


221 204 17 II 


41 29. 206 


362 


126 33 ■ 


^^^^^^1 


211 213 23 13 


42 October 6. 205 


23^ 


83 24 ■ 


^^^^^H 14. 


191 190 20 II 


43 >3- 235 


281 


81 29 ■ 


^^^^^^B 


211 205 22 lO 


44 20. 227 


315 


98 29 ■ 


^^^^^^V 


211 239 20 11 


45 27. 190 


275 


51 23 ■ 


^^^^^^H May 


193 241 21 15 


46 Novem. 3. 198 


275 


51 22 ■ 


^^^^^^H 


198 230 29 II 


47 10. 186 


232 


37 15 1 


^^^^^^^1 19. 


201 445 25 15 


48 17. 217 


303 


46 21 ■ 


^^^^H 


174 217 27 15 


49 24. 219 


256 


13 10 H 


^^^^^^H 14 June 


174 2IJ 37 16 


50 Decern, i. 223 


250 


19 13 ■ 


^^^^H 


165 208 25 14 


51 8. 228 


250 


iS 9 ■ 


^^^^H 


157 202 23 15 


5* 15- i8r 


247 


1 2 to. H 




fChriftened — — 10670 




J 


^^^^^^B TheTotah ^Buried — — ^ 12167 




• ^^^^^^1 




(.Whereof of the Plague 1824 




. H 




• B«Li.*6 London's Remembrancer. 




J 




V 


A 


TABLE: 1 





^^ ^H 


^M 


■ 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 


' A TABLE of the ' 


^^^^ 


^^1 


J CHRISTENINGS and MORTALfTY 


^^M 


^^^L 


F-or the Yicar 1642 and 1643. * 




^M 


^M Wocki. Days of the 


Chrift. Bur. Pla. Par. , W««ks. Days of the Chrifl. 


Bur. PU. f^. 


^M 


^H Month. 


infcc. ( 


Month. 


iofec. 


^^^1 


^^^ I Decern. 22. 


209 267 .10 9 


27 June 22. 135 


005 2 2 


^^^^^^M 


^^H 29. 


174 199 8 6 


28 29. 154 


219 3 2 


^^H 


^^M 3 January 5. 


210 248 10 7 


29 Julf 6. 142 


209 4 4 


. ^^H 


^H 


207 248 II 6 


30 13. 158 


229 9 6 


^^H 


^H 


200 273 II 7 


31 20. 151 


230 7 6 


^^H 


^^M 


234 257 S 7 


32 27. 156 


214 II S 


• ^^^^^^1 


^^M 7 Febr. 


215 234 II 7 


33 Auguft 3. 1S6 


216 8 6 


^^1 


^m 


207 265 8 6 


34 10. 159 


285 27 14 


^^H 


^^H 


195 216 I I 


35 »;. •»« 


295 24 II 


^^H 


^^^B 23. 


225 244 2 2 ' 


36 24. 170 


308 26 13 


^^H 


^^^H 11 March 2. 


214 2.31 4 3 


37 3*- '7S 


285 28 16 


,j^^| 


^^H 


197 264 8 5 


38 Sept«sn. 7. 133 


3»3 Si 8 


^^M 


^^^1 


211 211 3 2 


39 »4. 152 


302 52 20 


^^H 


^H 23. 


214 224 2 2 


40 2J. 142 


328 61 15 


^^H 


^H 


216 ai8 9 5 


41 2«. 184 


318 51 12 


^^H 


^^H s6 April 6. 


186 212 9 7 


42 Oftoijcr 5. 199 


354 ?3 21 


^^1 


^H <7 '3- 


230 203 6 4 


43 12. 178 


314 59 «8 


^^H 


^^H 


214 247 7 7 


44 19- *5^ 


344 67 18 


^^M 


^H «9 27. 


188 250 5 4 ' 


45 26. 157 


387 73 20 


^^H 


^^^1 20 May 4. 


185 -233 9 7 


46 Novcm. 2. 157 


309 59 ^22 


^^H 


^^H 


155 223 13 7 


47 9. 169 


261 56 18 


^^H 


^^H 


211 249 15 9 


48 16. 144 


272 27 11 


^^1 


^H 25. 


169 217 3 2 


49 23- J 54 


238 14 8 


^^M 


^^H 24 June 


183 211 3 3 


50 30. 172 


227 14 10 


^^^M 


^H 25 


171 243 3 2 


51 Decern. 7. 163 


232 14 6 


^^H 


^^H ^5* 


180 208 2 2 


52 14^ 176 


211 15 10 


^H 




rChriftened — — 9410 




^1 


^^^^^H' 


The Totals < Buried — 13202 

1 Whereof the Plague 996 

• Bell's London'* Remembrancer. 




3 






A TABLE 


j 









1 


P 


1644. 


^ 


1 


1 


^H 










A TABLE of the 






^^^H 


^^r CHRISTENINGS 


and MORTALITY J 






For the Year 1643 and 1644.* 






■ 


^^^^H 


Days of the Chrift. 


Bur. Pla. 


Par. 


Weeks. 


Days of the Chrift. 


Bur. 


Pla. Pat. V 




Month. 






infec. 




Month. 






infec. H 


^^^^^H 


Decern 


.21. 


'57 


215 25 


12 


28 


June 27. 


[16 


225 


29 «5 M 


^^^^B 




28. 


116 


176 8 


6 


29 


July 4- 


137 


222 


17 10 ^H 


^^^B 


January 4. 


180 


194 18 


8 


30 


II. 


'54 


182 


32 ^H 


^^^H 




II. 


156 


192 10 


5 


31 


18. 


^57 


198 


40 ^H 


^^^H 




18. 


168 


199 19 


9 


32 


25- 


135 


204 


44 21 ^H 


^^^H 




25- 


^Sl 


216 II 


8 


33 


Auguft 1 . 


'43 


274 


61 24 ^^1 


^^^H 


Fcbr. 


I. 


181 


213 7 


5 


34 


8. 


[26 


215 


17 ^H 


^^^M 




8. 


164 


176 5 


5 


35 


15- 


[16 


255 


20 ^H 


^^^B 




15- 


164 


216 7 


6 


36 


22. 


122 


219 


67 28 ^M 


^^^^^H 




22. 


174 


189 16 


9 


37 


29. 


132 


237 


67 ' 24 ^M 


^^^^H 




29. 


170 


^91 7 


5 


38 


Septem. 5. 


136 


266 


85 29 ^1 


^^^^H 


March 


7- 


158 


203 4 


3 


39 


12. 


'32 


259 


85 27 ^m 


^^^H 




14. 


158 


171 7 


3 


40 


19. 


'31 


231 


^M 


^^^H 




21. 


»74 


194 5 


5 


41 


26. 


150 


244 


28 ^H 


^^^H 




28. 


176 


'58 5 


3 


42 


Oftober 3. 


168 


290 


95 ^H 


^^^H 


April 


4- 


148 


170 8 


6 


43 


10. 


158 


231 


58 28 ^H 


^^^H 




II. 


169 


189 17 


9 


44 


17- 


'43 


225 


17 ^H 


^^^B- 




18. 


162 


^58 ^7 


8 


45 


24. 


.58 


266 


II ^H 


^^^H 




25- 


122 


^75 17 


7 


46 


31- 


161 


228 


23 ^^1 


^^^^H 


May 


2. 


185 


183 17 


II 


47 


Novem. 7. 


171 


246 


25 12 ^^1 


^^^^H 




9- 


182 


191 14 


9 


48 


H- 


168 


200 


8 ■ 


^^^^H 




16. 


140 


211 27 


11 


49 


21. 


172 


164 


4 ^M 


^^^H 




23- 


»52 


224 40 


16 


50 


28. 


'71 


186 


15 7 ^M 


^^^H 




30- 


163 


198 34 


16 


51 


Decern. 5. 


'75 


182. 


II la ^^1 


^^^H 


June 


6. 


'25 


^55 24 


14 


52 


12. 


164 


168 


2 ^H 


^^^H 




13- 


'I3 


163 20 


»3 


5i 


19. 


•56 


^83 


6 & ■ 


^^^1 




20. 


'38 


207 20 


14 




















rChriftenc 


d - 


- — 81 


04 




_ ^M 






Th 


c Totals \ Bu 


ried 


— 


— log 


33 




,^^H 










tW] 


^lereof 


of the Plague 14 


92 




■ 










• Bill's ] 


London 


's Rjemembrancer. 






■ 


^^^^^^^^^»- f 














- 




A TABLE ^ 



1645. 

A TABLE of the 

CHRISTENINGS and MORTALITY 

For the Year 1644 and 1645. * 



^eeks 


Day* of the Chrift. 


Bur. 


Pla. 


Par. 


Wcek». 


Days of the Chrift. 


Bar. 


Pla. 


Pan 




Month. 








infec. 




Month. 








infec 


I 


Decern. 26. 


'51 


t68. 


4 


4 


27 


June 26. 1 


[40 


146 


18 


8 


3 


January 2. 


[46 


'74 


8 


6 


28 


July 3. ] 


22 


151 


15 


7 


3 




?• 


181 : 


J02 


I 


I 


29 


10. 


'35 


170 


24 


6 


4 




16. ] 


r83 


tSl 


3 


3 


30 


17. ] 


'34 


214 


26 


10 


5 




23- 


[60 


f52 


I 


I 


3» 


24. ] 


■34 


216 


41 


15 


6 




30. 1 


[89 ] 


171 


5 


5 


32 


31- ^ 


127 


235 


62 


21 


7 


Febr. 


6. 1 


165 


.58 


7 


5 


33 


Auguft 7. i 


'58 


242 


74 


22 


8 




13- J 


i65 : 


[72 


4 


4 


34 


14. 1 


144 


346 


108 


26 


9 




20. ] 


163 


166 


5 


4 


35 


21. 1 


[29 


380 


124 


25 


10 




27. ] 


158 ^ 


162 


4 


3 


36 


28. J 


t29 


408 


142 


32 


II 


March 6. ] 


'57 ' 


161 


2 


2 


37 


Septem. 4. 1 


73 


389 


»5i 


3^ 


12 




13. J 


[91 


166 


4 


4 


38 


II. 1 


[50 


325 


117 


36 


»3 




20. ] 


161 2 


iOO 


6 


5 


39 


18. J 


[69 


359 


107 


34 


14 




27. ] 


[44 i 


iy6 


I 


I 


40 


25. ] 


f5i 


339 


122 


33 


15 


April 


3- ' 


tSo i 


[82 


8 


5 


41 


Oaober2. J 


186 


309 


98 


29 


16 




10. 1 


'55 ' 


161 


2 


2 


42 


9. ] 


191 


328 


114 


28 


17 




17. 1 


73 ' 


87 


4 


4 . 


43 


16. 1 


[91 


331 


"5 


31 


18 




'24. ] 


62 ] 


72 


6 


6 


44 


23. = 


[72 


243 


57 


25 


19 


May 


I. 1 


28 ] 


186 


3 


2 


45 


30. J 


'35 


261 


63 


22 


20 




8. ] 


45 ^ 


164 


3 


3 


46 


Novem. 6. ] 


[37 


266 


6y 


21- 


ZI 




15. ] 


17 ] 


60 


4 


4 


47 


13- ^ 


[63 


258 


42 


21 


22 




22. 1 


19 ] 


86 


3 


3 


48 


20. 1 


162 


223 


17 


10 


23 




29. 1 


33 ' 


54 


2 


I 


49 


27. ] 


'53 


253 


20 


13 


24 


June 


5- ' 


50 1 


1^ 


2 


2 


50 


Decern. 4. ] 


'54 


222 


12 


8 


25 




12. 1 


44 J 


64 


'1 


4 


51 


II. 1 


'37 


234 


13 


9 


26 


- 


19. 1 


17 ] 


49 


6 


4 


52 


18. I 


'53 


205 


9 


6 



{Chriftened — — 7966 
Buried — 1^479 
Whereof the Plague 1871 



Bbll*( London's Remembrancer. 



A TABLE 



2646. 

A TABLE of the 

CHRISTElSriNGS and MORTALITY 

For the Year 1645 ^^ 1646.* 



^eeks 


. Days of the Chrift. 


Bar. 


Pla. 


Par. 


Weeks 


Days of the Chrift. 


Bur. 


Pla. 


Par. 




Month. 








infec. 




Month. 








infec 


I 


Dec. 


25- 


'25 


205 


6 


4 


27 


June 25. 


^35 


261 


10 


7 


2 


January i. 


H3 


217 


2 


2 


28 


July 2. 


128 


223 


25 


10 


3 




8. 


161 


171 








29 


^' 


124 


235 


28 


9 


4 




15- 


138 


241 


2 


2 


30 


16.. 


129 


306 


50 


16 


5 




22. 


t65 


200 








31 


23- 


149 


364 


58 


14 


6 




29. 


160 


202 


I 


I 


32 


30- 


'3» 


341 


82 


22 


7 


Febr. 


5- 


146 


192 








33 


Auguft 6. 


143 


384 


106 


30 


8 




12. ] 


f52 


188 


5 


3 


34 


13- 


'52 


419 


132 


31 


9 




19. ] 


'57 


171 


I 


I 


35 


20. ] 


^55 


472 


^95 


43 


10 




26. ] 


[28 


^55 


I 


I 


36 


^7- 


^59 


5^7 


207 


40 


II 


March 


I 5. J 


[54 


170 


5 


4 


37 


Septcm. 3. 


'49 


55A- 


238 


48 


12 




12. 1 


146 


197 


5 


2 


38 


10. 


142 


444 


149 


42 


13 




19. ] 


'58 


186 


3 


3 


39 


17. J 


164 


455 


^57 


34 


14 




26. ] 


53 


158 


5 


5 


40 


24. 


'34 


443 


^75 


43 


15 


April 


2. ] 


28 


190 


2 


2 


41 


Oftober i. j 


t44 


322 


114 


38 


16 


( 


9. 1 


67 


210 


4 


3 


42 


8. ] 


[41 


341 


"5 


24 


^7 




16. ] 


73 


204 


8 


6 


43 


15- ^ 


'53 


320 


106 


31 


18 




23- 3 


[42 


209 


6 


5 


44 


22. J 


[41 


293 


67 


22 


19 




30. J 


155 


172 


5 


4 


45 


29. ] 


^57 


245 


52 


22 


20 


May 


7- 1 


37 


186 


6 


4 


46 


Novcm. 5. 1 


63 


275 


55 


»7 


21 




14. J 


130 


204 


9 


5' 


47 


12. ] 


59 


200 


27 


»3 


22 




21. ] 


34 


199 


5 


3 


48 


19. ] 


51 


226 


37 


18 


23 




28. ] 


42 


2!2I 


5 


3 


49 


26. ] 


'45 


223 


34 


i5 


24 


June 


4. 1 


53 


205 


9 


6 


50 


Decern. 3. ] 


43 


224 


32 


16 


^1 


w 


II. 1 


26 


170 


13 


5 


51 


.10. 1 


[40 


212 


26 


12 


26 




18. ] 


30 


225 


22 


10 


52 


17. I 


49 


185 


29 


10 



{Chriftened — — 7583 
Buried — — 3532 

Whereof of the Plague 2436 



* BiLt't London's Remembrancer. 



A TABLE 



■ 




^^r ^^"^^^ ^^1 


1 


■ 


■ 


^^^ 




^^A TABLE of the ^^ 




^^^^ 


^^M 


r CHRISTENINGS and MORTALITY 


^^M 


^^^^^^^K 




For the Year 1646 and 1647. * 






^M 


■ Weeks 


Days of the Chrift. Bur. Ph. Par. 


Weeks. Days of the Chrift 


Bur. 


Pla. Par, 


^M 


^m 


Month. 


infcc. 


Month. 




infec. 


^^^M 


^ft 


Decern. 22. 


»5i 197 27 15 


27 June 22. 118 


187 


16 S 


^^M 


^L^ 


29. 


147 166 16 II 


28 29. 121 


^97 


9 9 


^^H 


^^ft 


January 5. 


151 182 10 7 


29 July 6. 148 


268 


47 *2 


^^H 


^^m 


12. 


161 197 6 6 


30 13- »47 


317 


97 20 


^^H 


^H 


19. 


19a 206 i8 9 


31 20. 151 


390 


128 21 


^^H 


^H 


26. 


139 201 16 12 


32 27. 147 


363 


151 33 


^^H 


^^K 


Febr, 2. 


151 184 9 7 


33 Auguft 3. 106 


436 


209 31 


^^1 


^^B 


^• 


138 164 13 9 


34 »o- 136 


439 


191 29 


^^1 


^H 


16. 


178 204 2 2 


35 J 7- >42 


520 


248 31 


^^H 


^^H 


23- 


149 205 I I 


36 24. 156 


434 


161 2g 


^^H 


^^^B 


March 2. 


^57 »S9 4 3 


37 ^ 3'- ^57 


450 


208 35 


^^H 


^^Hf 


9- 


159 199 2 2 


38 Septem. 7. 119 


546 


267 45 


^^M 


^^m 


16. 


151 19S 5 4 


39 »4- 142 


430 


184 40 


^^H 


^^m u 


23- 


163 225 4 3 


40 . 21. 137 


494 


215 4» 


^^H 


^^H 


30- 


162 233 7 4 


41 28. 141 


432 


212 41 


^^^B 


^H '^ 


April 6, 


152 225 14 10 


42 Odtober 5. 160 


403 


183 38 


■ 


^^H 


»3- 


144 201 9 4 


43 >2. 145 


359 


172 49 


■ 


^H 


20. 


144 223 6 5 


44 19- »53 


367 


163 38 


^^M 


^^H 


27. 


154 1 8o- 7 5 


45 26. 133 


331 


114 34 


^^1 


^^^1 


May 4. 


142 167 3 3 


46 Novem. 2. 131 


304 


120 35 


^^1 


^^^1 


1 1. 


130 185 II 4 


47 9. 112 


265 


84 2J 


.^^^1 


^^H' 


18. 


129 176 5 5 


48 16. 133 


279 


66 26 


^^H 


^^H 


25. 


119 159 I I 


49 23. 122 


261 


60 24 


^^1 




June I. 
8. 


130 197 12 7 
107 158 7 4 


50 30. 121 

51 Decern. 7. 117 


182 
231 


18 12 
17 9 


' H 


^H '^ 


15. 


125 iSi 17 9 


52 14. Ill 


172 


»5 " 


^1 


^^^^ 




rChj-iilened — — 7332 






^1 


^^^^^^ 


T 


he Totals I Buried — - — 14059 






^^H 


^^H 




t Whereof of the Plague 3597 






H 


H 




* Bill's LoDdon't Remembrancer, 






* "^^^^^^^1 


1 






A TABLE 


^^^^^^H 



A General BILL for this prefent Year, 

Ending the 15th of December 1657. 

According to the Report made to the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor of the City of Londox? 
By tlie Company of Parifli Clerks of London. 



Bur. PI. 

ALBANS Wood- (beet 3 5 
Alhallows Bari<ing 95 
Alh.llows Brcad-llrcct — 
Alhallows Great 



Alhallows Honi-lane — 
Alhallows Lcfle 



21 

5 
43 



Alhallows Lvimbard-ftrecr 20 

Alhallows Staining 38 

Alhallows the Wall 
Alphage 



Andrew Hubbard — — 

Andrew Underfliaft 

Andrew Wardrobe 

Anne Alderfgate 

Anne Black Fryers 

Antholins 

Auftins 



Barthol. Exchange — 

Bennets Fynck 

Bennets Grace-church 
Bennets Pauls Wharf 

Bennets Sherchog 

Botolph Billingfgate — 

Chrift-church 

Chriftophers 
Clements Eaftcheap 
Dionis Back-church 
Dunftans Eaft 



44 
30 
23 
61 

76 

34 
79 

16 
15 
27 
>5 
62 



- ^5 
•114 

16 



Edmunds Lumbard-ftreet 

Ethelhorough — 

Faiths — 

Fullers 

Gabriel Fen-church 



Bur. PI, 
George Botolph-lane — 7 

Gregorics 

He liens 



James Dukes-place 

James Garlickhith 

John Baptift 

John Evangelift 

John Zacharie 



89 

45 
26 



Katherine Coleman — 
Katherine Cree-church ■ 

L.awrence Jewrie 

Lawrence Fountney — 
Leonard Eaftcheap — 
Leonard Fofter-lanc — 

Magnus 

Margaret Lothbury — 
Margaret Mofes 



J'' 

19 
6 

2S 

49 
58 
48 

31 
9 
41 
25 
25 
9 



Margaret New Filh-ftreet 23 
Margaret Pattons 

Mary Abchurch 

Mary Aldermanbury 

Mary Aldcrmary 

Mary le Bow 



Mary Bothaw — ■ 

Mary Cole-church 

Mary Hill 

Mary Mounthaw 

Mary Summerfct 

Mary Stainings 

Mary Wool-church 

Mary Woolnoth 

Martins Iremongcr 



12 

31 
82 

20 

16 

»7 
28 

In the ninety-feven Pariflies within 3014 Of 



20 
21 

33 

35 
22 

17 
17 

12 

60 
6 

25 
22 



Martins Ludg;\te 



Martins Orgars 

Martins Outwich 

Martins Vintrey 

Matthew Friday-ftreet — 
Maudlins Mil k-ftrect — 
Maudlins Old Filh-ftrect 

Michael Baffifhaw 

Michael Cornhill 

Michael Crooked-lane — 

Michael Queenhith 

Michael Quernc 

Michael Royal 

Michael Wood-ftrcet — 
Mildred Brcad-ftrcet — 
Mildred Pouitrey ^—— 

Nicholas Aeons 

Nicholas Coleabby -^ 

Nicholas Olaves 

Olaves Hart-ftrcet 

Olaves Jewry — 

Olaves Silver-ftreet 

Pancras Soper-lane 

Peters Cheap 

Peters Cornhill — 



Peters Pauls Wharfe — 

Peters Poor — 

Stevens Coleman-ftrect 

Stevens Walbrook 

Swithins 

Thomas Apolllc 

Trinity 



Bar. P] 

50 
- 26 

»4 

59 
12 

II 

38 
35 
30 
44 

37 
16 

15 

17 
26 

21 
10 
19 

19 

48 

»7 

35 

5 

»7 
22 

29 

24 
100 

'5 
29 

21 

24 



Andrew Holborne 631 

Bartholomew Great y^ 

Bartholomew Lcfle 56 

Brides . ■ 302 

Bridewell 26 

Botolph Alderfgate 16 1 



Botolph Algate 

Botolph Bifhopfgate- 

Dunftans Weft 

Gtorges Southwark • 
Giles Cripplegate — 
Olaves Southwark — 



—686 

—484 



— 104 
— 2S3 
—899 
— 691 



the Plague o 

Saviours •— — 

Sepulcres 

Thomas Southwark ■ 

Trinity Minories — 

Peft-houfe 



— 466 

— 617 

— 61 



o 
a 



k 



I 



In the fixteen Parifhes without 5648 Of tlic Plague 2 



Clements Danes '— — — 417 
Covent Garden — 1 1 7 



Giles in the Fields 613 

James Clarkenwell 333 

In the Ten Out Parifhes 



Kathcrines Tower 



— 142 

Leonards Shoj-editch 284 

Martins in the Fields — SoS 



Mary Whitcchappel 692 

Magdalens Bcnnond. — 302 
Savoy 60 



i77^ 




r Burials 
Total of the \ Plague 



(.Chriftenings 



Of the Plague 

- 12434 
4 



6685 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



Bortive and Stillborne 
Aged 



Ague and Fcavcr 



Apoplexy and Suddenly- 

Blaftcd and Planet 

Bleeding 



Bloudy Flux, Scowring, 7 

and Flux — 3 

Burnt and Scalded — — 

Calenture 

Cancer and Wolfe 

Childbed 

Chrifomes and Infants — 

Cold and Cough 

Collide and Wind 



Confumption and Tiffick 
Con vulfion and Cramp — 

Cut of the Stone 

Dropfie and Tympany — 

Drowned 

Executed — 



Falling Sicknefs 

Fiftula and Gangrene ■ 



463 
S69 

997 

H3 

5 

5 

362 

7 

3 

24 

236 

1 162 

30 

"3 

2757 
807 

3 

63 

20 

I 

19 



Flox and Small Pox 835 

Found dead in theStreets,&c, 

French Pox 

Gout — 

Grief e — 



Griping and 
the Guts 



Plague 



■■"I 



9 

25 
a 

10 
446 



Hang'd and made away 7 

'emfclves \ 

Head-ach and Plead- 7 
mouldfhot — — I 

Jaundics 

Jawfalne — - — — 

Impoftume 

Kill'd by Accidents 

King's Evil 

Leprofie 

Lethargy — — 

Livergrowne 

Lunatick and Frenzy 

Meagrome 

Meades — 

Mother . — 



24 

4 

46 

3 
80 

52 

-3 
o 

6 

38 

»3 

7 

»5 
o 



Murthercd 

Overlaid and Starv'd 

Nurfe 
Palfic — 

Plagi'ie — 

Plurifie - 

Qiiinfie — 

Rickets — 

Rifing of the Lights 

Rupture — 

Scurvy — 

Sores, Ulcers, &c. — 
Spleen 



d at7 



Spotted Feaver and Purples 

Starved — — — 

Stone and Strangury 



Stopping of the Stomach 

Surfct 

Swine Pox 



Teeth and Worms — — 

Thrulh — 

Vomiting 

Wen 



5 

44 

20 

■ 4 

'7 

7 

317 

203 

'9 

71 
40 

2 

56 

3 

73 
129 

^37 

I 

878 

57 
16 

I 



{Males — 3396 
Females 3289 
In all — 6685 



f Males — 6578 
Females 5856 
In all — 12434 



Decreafed in the Burials in the 123 Parifhes, and at the Peft-houfe this Year 1487 



Margaret CChriftened 
Weftm. I Buried — 
j Chriftened 
1 Buried — 
\ Chriftened 
i Buried — 



IHington 
Lambeth 



473 

70-^ 

67 

112 

^37 
231 



Stepney 
Ne^ngton -J 



I Chriftened 876 

1^ Buried — 1213 

Chriftened 123 

Buried — 204 



~ I r\ Burials in the above fevcn Parifhes 
i Chriilciuu^s — — ■ ■ ■ 



Hackney 

RedrifF 

2612 
»749 



(■Chriftened 42 
\ Buried — 96 
t Chriftened 31 
I Buried — 51 



A General 



1659. 

A General BILL for this prefent Yeere, 

Ending the 13th of December 1659. 

According to the Report made to the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor of the City of LoN dov. 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



4 



Bor. PI. 

ALBANS Wood-fl:rect44 
Alhallowcs Barking i 20 
Alhallowes Bread-ftrcet 12 

Alhallowes Great 8 1 

Alhallowcs Honi-lanc — 14 

Alhallowcs Lelfe 49 

AlhallowesLcmbard-l1rcct22 



Alhallowes Staining ■ 
Alhallowcs the Wall - — 

A I phage • 

Andrew Hubbard — — 

Andrew Undcrfhafc 

Andrew Wardrobe 

Anne Aldcrlgate 

Anne Blackc Friers 

intholins Parifh 



44 
69 

54 

27 

57 
9S 

5S 

«7 
21 



Luftins Parifli — 



Barthol. Exchange 1 

Bcnnet Finch 



-> 
i 

19 

6 

62 

'3 

24 

20 
10 
40 

Edmunds Lopibard-llrtct 28 

23 
27 
34 
15 



Bcnnet Grace-church ■ 
Bcnnet Paul'.s Wharfe 
Bennct Sherehog — 
Botolph Billingrgate — 

Chrills Church 

Chriftophcrs — 

Clements Eaftcheape - — 

Bionis Back-church 

Dunftans Eaft 



Ethelborouoh 

Faiths 

Foftcrs — — — 

Gabriel Fcn-clnirch 



Bur. PI. 
George Botolph-lane -—11 

Gregorics by Pauls 10 1 

Hellens 36 

James Dukes-place 43 

James GarlJckhythe 42 



John Baptifl — 
John Evangelill: -— 
John Zacharie 



Katherine Coleman 

Katherine Cree-church — 

Lawrence Jewry 

Lawrence Pountney • 



Leonard Haftcheap 

Leonard Foftcr-lanc 

Magnus Parifli — 

Margaret Lothbury 

Margaret Moles 

Margaret New Fifh-ftreet 



Margaret Pattons 

Mary Abchurch 

Mary Aldermanbury — 

Mary Aldermary 

Mary Ic Bow 

Mary Botha w 

Mary Colchurch 

Mary Hill 

Mary Mounthaw — — 

Mary Siimmerlct • — • 

Mary Staynings 



Mary Wool-church 
Mary Woolnoth — 
Martins Iremonger 



40 

5 
34 
41 
68 

47 
32 
14 

63 

44 

33 
12 
22 

>7 
30 
41 

3i 
18 
22 
8 
18 

13 

7i 

12 

21 

26 

8 



Martins Ludgate ^— 
Martins Orgars — — 
Martins Outwitch — 
Martins Vincrey 



Matthew Friday-ftreet — 

Maudlins Milk-ftreet 

Maudlins Old Fi/h-ftree 

Michael BafTilhaw 

Michael Cornhill 



Michael Crooked-lane 
Michael Queenhithe — 

Michael Querne 

Michael Royal — — 
Michael Wood-ftreet 
Michael Bread-ftreer - 
Mildred Poultry 



Nicholas Aeons — — 
Nicholas Colcabby — 
Nicholas Olaves — — 
Olaves Hart-llreet — 

Olaves Jewry 

Olaves Silver-ftrect — 
Pancras Sopcr-lane — 
Peters Cheape 



Peters Cornehill — • 
Peters Pauls Wharfe - 
Peters Poorc — — 



Stevens Coleman-ftreet— 

Stevens Walbrooke 

Swithins 

Thomas Apoftles — — 

Triniiie Parifli — ■ 



Bor. PI 

• 67 
34 

• 14 

• 47 
■ 4 
. 16 

; 42 
47 
34 
29 

5+ 
»9 

35 

25 
20 

20 

10 

31 

J4 

49 

19 

^7 
10 

16 

40 

16 

20 
127 
20 
18 
32 

35 



Buried in the ninety-feven Pariflies within the WaUs 3432 "Whereof of the Plague r 



Andrew Holborne S48 

Bartholomew Great 81 

Bartholomew Lcffe 52 

Brides Parifli — ^q^ 

Bridewell Precinft 24 

Botolph Aldcrlgate 162 



Botolph Algate 



871 4 



Botolph Bifliopfgate — 511 

DufliansWcfl — 251 

Georges Southwarke — 243 i 

Giles Cripplegate 11 70 8 

Olaves Southwarke -— 924 4 



Saviours Southwarke -—52a 

Sepulchres Parifli 864. 

Thomas Southwark —— 78 

Trinity Minories j o 

At the Peft-houfc — — o 



I 



1 



Buried in the fixtecn Pariflics without the Walls 7006 Whereof of the Plague 1 8 



j6s9' 



Element Danes — —479 

Movent Garden — 139 

riles in the Fields 677 

fames at Clarkenwcll — 348 



Katherincs Tower — 
Leonards Shoreditch— 
Martins in the Fields - 



—171 

-317 

—937 



MaryWhite-chappel — 827 16 
Magdalens Bermondfcy 341 1 
Savoy Parifh — 82 



Buried in the ten Out PariJhes in Middlefex and Surrey 4318 Whereof of the Plague 1,7 

The Total of the Burials this Year 14756 
Whereof of the Plague — — 36 
The Total of all the Chriftenings 5690 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



(Bleeding and bloody IfTue 
Rlrw^rlv Fliiv- Spf^wrino*. 



ABortive and Stillborn 421 
Aged 9C9 

Ague and Fever 2303 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — — 91 
BlalU'd and Planet — 3 

7 

346 

6 

63 

73 

226 

858 

3i 

116 

2982 

742 

46 

646 

57 
7 
4 



Bloody Flux, Scowring, and ) 

Flux J 

Burnt and Scalded — 

Cancer, Gangrene and Fiftula 
Canker, fore Mouth and ThruOi 

Childbed — 

Chrifomes and Infants 

Cold, Cough and Hiccough — 
Coiick and Wind — 



Confumption and Tiflick — 

Convullion 

Cut of the Stone and Stone 

Dropfy and Tympany 

Drowned •■-■■ — ■ 

Executed — 

Falling Sicknefs ■ — 



Flox and Small Pox 
Found dead In the 
Fields, &c. — 

French Pox — — 

Gout 

Grief 



Streets 



—1523 



Griping in the Guts — 

Hanged and made away them- 1 

felves J 

Head-ach and Headmouldfliot 

Jaundies 

Impofthume ■ — - — - 

Killed by fcvend Accidents 

King's Evil 

Lethargy 

Livcrgrown 

Lunatick and Frenzy — 

Megrims • 

Mealies 

Mother ■ ■ - ~- 

Murthered 

Overlaid and Starved at Nurfe 



51 

4 

13 

253 

II 

35 

102 
105 

55 

28 

6 

8 

14 
5 
6 
I 

7 
46 



Palfy 

Plague ■ 

Plurify . 

Quinly and fore Throat ^ — 
Rickets 



Rifing of the Lights 
Rupture 

Scurvy — 

Shot . 



Shingles 

Sores, Ulcers, broken and } 
bruifed Limbs — J 

Spleen ■ 

Spotted Fever and Purples 

Starved 

Strangury 

Stopping of the Stomach — — 

Surfeit ' — 

Swine Pox 

Teeth and Worms 

Vomiting 

Wen 



«7 
36 
12 

21 

44» 

210 

12 

82 

7 

I 

61 

36? 

7 

22 

186 

£02 

2 

839 

8 

X 



i Males — 2909 
Females 2781 
In all — 5690 



BURIED ^ Females 7305 ^Of the Plague 



f Males — 74511 
Females 7305 > 
In all 14756J 

Decreafed in the Burials in the 123 Parishes and at the Peft-houfe this Year 237 
Increafed of the Plague in the 123 Parilhes and at the Peft-houfe this Year 22 



Margaret CChriftened 415 
Wertm. (Buried — 822 



Stepney 
Newington 



CChriftened 
I Buried — 
f Chrirtened 
i Buried — 



695 

1392 

86 

138 



36 



Hackney 
RcdriS" 



The Total of all the Burials in the feven laft Parifties this Year 

Whereof of the Plague ^—~- 

The Total of the Chriftenings — 



CChriftened 50 
I Buried — 83 
f Chriftened 1 3 
i Buried — - 84 

282S 

o 

1418 



A General 



i66o. 



A General BILL for this prefent Year, 

Ending the nth Day of December 1660. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majcfty, 

By the Company of Pariili Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. PI. 

St A LEAN Wood-ftreet^a 

J^ Alh allows Barkin 83 

Alhallows Bread-ftrcet — 

Alhallows Great 

Alhallows Honcy-lanc — 
Alhallows Lels — 



»7 
80 

10 



— 43 
Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 30 

35 
50 
33 
23 
53 
94 
39 

S? 
18 

'5 



Alhallows Staining 
Alhallows the Wall 
Mr Alphage 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfliaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Alderfgate 

St Ann Black Friars 

St Antholin's Parilli 

St Au din's ParHh 



St Bartholomew Exchange 27 

St Bcnnet Fink • — • 26 

Sr Bcnnet Graccchurch — 
St Bcnner Paul's Wharf— 
St Bennet Shcrchog 



4. 

67 
4 
•7 
J37 
15 
1 1 

34 
54 
19 

24 
26 
26 
16 



St George Botolph-lanc- 
St Gregory by Paul's — 
St Helen's 



Bur. PI. 

• 7 

• 94 
34 
30 
30 
34 

6 
20 



41 

54 
46 



St James Duke's Place — 
St James Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift — - — ■ 

St John Evangclift 

St John Zachary 

St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pounmey — 36 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 11 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 60 

St Magnus Parifh 32 

St Margaret Lothbiiry — 20 

St Margaret Mofes 12 

St Margaret NcwFifh-ftr. 27 
" 20 

37 

in 

3» 

13 



St Margaret Pattons- 

St Mary Abchiirch 

St Mary Aldermanbury — 

St Mary AJdermary 

St Mary le JSow — — — 

St Mary Bothaw 

St Mftry Colechurch 

St Mary Hill — — . 

St Miry Mounthaw 

St Mary Sonvjrfet 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch — 2 1 
St Mary Woolnoth 



St Botolph BilHngfgate — 

Chrift Church 

St Chriftopher 

St Clen'n>t Eaftcheap — 
St Dionis Backchurch — 

St Dunftan Eaft 

St Edmund Lombard-flr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 

StFofter*s ■ — — 26 St Martin Ironmonger lane 19 

St Gabriel FeiKhurch — 

Bnried in the ninety-fevcn PariHies within the Walls 3098 Wfiercof of the Plague 



'5 
10 

i4 

»3 

47 
12 



St Martin Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey — — 
St Matthew Friday-ftreet 
St Maudlin Milk-ftrcct — 
St Maudlin Old Fifh-ft-reet 
St Michael BafTifhaw — 

St Michael CornhiU 

St Michael Crooked-Jane 
St Michael Queenhirhe — 

St Michael Qucrnc • 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-ftreet 
Sr Mildred Bread-areec 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons — — 
St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olavc 

St Olave Hart-ftreet- 

St Olave Jewry . — 

St Olave Silvcr-ftreet — ■ 
St Pancras Soper-lanc — 

Sc Peter Cheap — 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf 

St Peter Poor . 

St Stcplien Coleman-ftrcct 1 2^ 
St Stephen Walbrook — 
St Swithin . 



Sr Thomas Apoftle 
Trinity Patilh 



20 



St Andrew Holbom — 
St Bartholomew Great 
St Bartholomew Lefs—^ 

St Bride's Parifh 

Bridewell Preciaft — 



■66 



- 43 
-349 

- «5 
Si Botolph Alderfgate — 143 



3t Botolpli Aldgatc •■ 695 i 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — i^.;^z 3 

St Dunftan Weft 198 

St George Soutltwark —194 

St Giles Cripplcgate 962 7 

St Olave Southwark 575 



St Saviour Southwark 
St Sepulchre's Parllh — 
St Thomas Southwark — 



Trinity Minories - 
At the Peft-houfe 



.26 
-686 

44 
- 18 



Buried in the fixtcen Parilhes without the Walls 561^6 W^hercof of the Plague 



IS 



66i 



n the Fields -—606 
l*arillj Gr, 



I ,.... , 

St James darken well — 333 
St Kathcriiic's Tower — 1 55 



Lambeth Parifh — 



•85 



St Leonard Shoreditch 

St Magdalen Bcrmondfey 259 

St Mary Newington 1 14 i 



St Mary Tfllngton — • 
St Mary Whitcchapel 
Rothcrhith Parifli — 
Stepney Parifh 



• 108 

■ 665 



Buried in the twelve Out Parifhcs in Middlefex and Surrey 3957 
Whereof of the Plague . ■ - ■ 2 



St Clement Danes 441 

Sc Paul Covent Garden 1 1 3 



St Martin in the Fields 979 
St Mary Savoy • 9 1 



St Margaret Weflrminder 7 S3 
At the Peft-houfe o 




Buried in the five Parifhcs in the City and Liberties of Weflminfter 2407 
Whereof of the Plague q 

The Total of all the Chriftcnings — 6971 
The Total of all the Burials this Year 151 18 
Whereof of the Plague — — 14 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 544 
Aged 1095 

Ague md Fever 2148 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 

Blaftcd and Planet 

Bletding 



6S 
% 

2 

6 

6S 

194 
1123 

24 

,67 
Caofiimption and TifTick 3414 

Convulfion 1031 

Cut of the Stone and Stone 48 

Dwpfy and Tympany 872 

Drowned ■ 4S 

Executed — — — — 18 



Bloody Flux, Scowring, 7 

abd Flux — \ 
Burnt ami Scalded — — 
Cancer, Gangrene, and 7 

Fiftula — J 

Canker, fore Mouth and 7 

Thnjlh — I 

Childbed 

Clirifom« and Infants 
Colli, Cough, and Mic- 

oough 
Cdirk and Wind 



and Hie- 7 



Falling Sicknefs 
Frighted 



Flox and Small Pox 
Found dead in the Streets, 

Fields, &c. 
French Pox - 
Gout -^— 
Grief 



Streets, 7 



Griping in the Guts 

Hanged and made away 7 

thcmfelves ■ — 3 
Head-ach and Head- 7 

mouldftot — \ 

Jaundics — 

Impofthume — — 

Killed byfcvcral Accidents 

King's Enl — — 

Lethargy — 

Leprofy — — 

Livergrown 



Lunatick, Diftra<5led and 7 
PVenzy — 3 
Megrims and Calenture — 
Meaflcs 



5 

9 

354 

6 

3' 
2 

4 
402 

36 

26 

76 
96 

47 

54 

4 

2 

15 

14 

4 
74 



Mother ■ 

Murdered, Slain and Shot 

Overlaid and Starved 

Palfy 



Plague 

Plurify 

Quinfy and fore Throat — 

Rickets 

Rifing of the Lights 

Rupture • 

Scurvy — — — 

Shingles 



Sores, Ulcers, broken and 7 
bruifed Limbs — \ 

Spleen — ^— - 

Spotted Fever and Purples 

Sciatica — 

Strangury — 

Stopping of the Stomach 

Surfeit • — 

Tetter — — — — 
Teeth and Worms — — 
Vomiting ■ ■ - " ■ ■■ 



3 

20 

43 
21 

' + 
10 

' + 

52» 

249 

28 

95 

I 

4$ 

7 

146 

2 

30 
21+ 

192 

I 

1008 

10 



{Males — 3724 
Females 3247 
In all — 6971 



BURIE 



!M 
Fe 
In 



Males — 7960 



enuJes 
all 



1. 



H 



7 1 <;8 VOf the Plague 
15118J 

Dccrcafcd in the Burials in the 130 Pariflies and at the Peft-houfe this Year 2466 
Dccreafed of the Plaijue in the 130 Pariflies and at the Pdl-houfe tiiis Year 22 

F 2 A Gcucrjj 



i66i 



A General BILL for this prefent Year, 

Ending the 17th Day of December 1661. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of Pari(h Clerks of London, &c. ■ 

Bur. PI. Bar.'S 

St George Botolph-lane— 12 
Sr Gregory by Paul's 145 

32 



Bnr. Pi 
St A LBAN Wood-ftrect 85 
•**• Alhallows Barkin 109 
Alhallows Bread-ftreet — 21 
Alhallows Great 



Alhallows Honey-lane — 

Alhallows Lcfs 

Alhallows Lombard -ftreet 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows the Wall 

St Alphage — 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfliaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

Sc Ann Alderfgate 

St Ann Black Friars - 
St Antholin's Parifh — 

St Auftin's Parilh 

St Bartholomew Exchange 



87 
9 

27 
29 

39 

71 
48 

36 
79 
96 
49 

138 
26 

19 

27 
29 
15 

53 
»3 



St Bcnnet Fink — 

St Bennet Graccchiirch — 

St Bennet Paul's Wharf — 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph Billingfgate — 2 + 

Chriil: Church 171 

- 26 
18 
40 
82 



St Chriftophcr 

St Clement Eaftcheap — 

St Dionis Backchurch — 

St Dunftan Eaft 

St Edmund Lombard- ftr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 
St Fofter's 



J'' 
23 
22 

36 
18 



St Helen's 

St James Duke's Place — 36 
St James Garlickhithe — 39 
St John Baptift — — — 34 

St John Evangelift 9 

St John Zachary 32 

St Katherine Coleman — ■ 1 5 
St Katherine Creechurch 84 

St Laurence Jewry 59 

St Laurence Pountney — 47 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 24 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 84 

St Magnus Parifh 32 

St Margaret Lothbury — 34 

16 

33 
16 

37 
42 

37 
23 
J4 
19 
24 

»7 
66 

12 

19 

29 

9 



St Margaret Moles 

St Margaret New Fifli-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldcrmanbury-- 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bothaw 



St Mary Colechurch - 

St Mary Hill 

St Mary Mounthaw — 

St Mar)' Somerlct 

St Mary Staining 



St Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orsars — 



Bor; 

- 7« 

- 33 

- 24 



St Martin Outwich • 

St Martin Vintrcy 

St Matthew Friday- ftreet 
St Maudlin Milk-ftreet — 
St Maudlin Old Filb-ftreet 

St Michael BalTifhaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Queenhithe — 6q 
St Michael Querne 
St Michael Royal — 



'3 
36 

26 

33 



St Mary Woolchurch — 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 



St Michael Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave- 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry — 

St Olave Silvcr-ftreet — 3^ 
St Pancras Soper-lane — i 7 

Sc Peter Cheap — . 24 

St Peter Cornhill 37 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — z t 

St Peter Poor — . 26 

St Stephen Coleman-llrcet 1 20 
St Stephen Walbrook — 29 



St Swithin 

St Thomas Apoftle 

Trinity Parilh -^ — 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 

Buried in the ninety-feven Parifties within the Walls 3804 Whereof of the Plague o 



37 
3« 
34 



St Andrew Holborn 755 

St Bartholomew Great — 80 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 54 

St Bride's Paridi 438 

Bridewell Precind • 32 

St Botolph Alderfgate — 1 7 1 



St Botolph Aldgate 752 

St Botolph Bilhopfgate — 583 

St Dunftan Welt 293 

St George Southwark — 342 
St Giles Cripplegare — 1361 
St Olave Southwark 862 



Byried in the fixteen Pariihes wicljout the Wails 7324 



St Saviour Southwark — 685 

St Sepulchre's Parilh ^840 

St Thomas Southwark — - ^ 
Trinity Minories . « i 

8 At the Peft-houfe 

6 

Whereof of the Plague 



I 



i66i. 



5' '^-•'— . in the Fields —850 

1 1 / Parifli — — — 102 

S{ James Clarkenwell — 375 

Ht Katherine's Tower — igo 



Lambeth Parifh 



— 330 



Sc Leonard Shoreditch — 403 
St Magdalen Bcrmondrey547 
St Mary Newington 340 



Si Mary Iflington tot 

St Mary Whitcchapel — 781 4 

Rothcrhith Parifh 87 

Sccpncy Parifh 1561 1 



Buried in the twelve Out Parilhes ia Middlefex and Surrey 5668 
Whereof of the Plague . , 5 

$r Clement Danes 537 I Sc Martin in the Fields 1 193 I St Margaret Wen:minftcr984. 

St Paul Covent Garden 159 | St Mary Savoy 102 | At the Peft-houfe o 

Buried in the five Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Wellminfler 2975 
Whereof of the Plague . 



The Total of all the Chriftenings — 
The Total of all the Burials this Year 
Whereof of the Plague . 



8855 
20 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



Bortlve 
Aged 



and 



Igue and Fever — — 
'Apoplexy and Suddenly - 

Bedrid 

Bleeding 

Bloody Flux, 
and Flux 



Stillborn 511 
•1302 

■3490 

• 108 

• 3 
5 



Scowring, 



314 



69 

95 
224 



Burnt and Scalded — — 
Cancer, Gangrene, and 7 

FiftuU i 

Canker, fore Mouth and] 

Thrufh 5 

Childbed 

Chrifomes and Infants 1400 

Cold, Cough, and Hie 

cough — — 

Colick and Wind 186 

Confumption and TifTiclc 3788 

Convulfion ■ ■ 1 198 

Cut of the Stone and Scone 36 
I>ropfy and Tympany — 967 

Drowned i^y 

Executed — 16 



14 



Frighted 2 

Flex and Small Pox 1 246 

Found dead in theStreets, 7 „ 
Fields, &c. — 5 " 

French Pox 44 

II 

17 



Gout and Sciatica 

Grief — 

Griping in the Guts 106 1 

Hang'd and made away? 

themfelves — \ 

Headmouldlhot and 7 

Mouldfallcn — \ 

Jawfallcn • — 

Jaundies 



»3 
28 



Impofthume 

Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

King's Evil 

Lethargy — — 

Lcprofy • ■ — ^"- — 

Livergrown 

Lunatick, Diftradted and? 
Frenzy — j 



Megrims 



Mealies 



141 

160 

26 

48 

1 1 

I 

19 

II 

3 
188 



Mother — -■ .. ■ .. 

Murdered, Slain and Shot 

Overlaid and Starved 

Palfy _ 

Plague ■ — ■ 

Planet • 

Plurify 

Poifoncd 



4 
5 = 

2ft 
20 

i 

It 

z 

413 

227 

18 

85 

6t 



Quinfy and fore Throat — 

Rickets 

Rifing of the Lights 

Rupture — 

Scurvy 

Sores, Ulcers, broken 7 
and bruilcd Limbs ^ 

Spleen 5 

Spotted Fever and Purples 335 

Strangury 23 

Stopping of the Stomach 176 

Surfeit 212 

Swine Pox 6 

Teeth and Worms — — '^95 
Vomiting 20 



(Males — 47^8 rMales — 10484') 

Females 4107 B U R I E D ] Females 92 87 [Of the Plague 20 
In all — 8855 (.In all — 19771 J 

Increafed in the Burials in the 1 30 Parilhes and at the Peft-houfe this Year 4653^ 
Increafed of the Plague in the 1 30 Parifhes and at the Peft-houfe tliis Year 6 

A General 



i662. 
A General BILL for this prcfent Year, 

Ending the i6th Day of December 1662. 
According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By tlie Company of Parilli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. PI. 
St A LB AN Wood-ftreet 33 
-*^ Alhallows Barkin 104 
Alhallows Brcad-Ilreet — 14 
Alhallows Great 



,JUiaallows Honey- lane — 

Alhallows Lefs 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows the Wall 



86 
6 

54 
22 

35 

63 

49 

23 
42 

84 

43 

9^ 
23 
2 1 



St Alphage 

St Andrew Hubbard - — 
St Andrew Undcrlhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

$t Ann Alderfeate 

St Ann Black 1-Viars 

St Antholin's Parifli 

St Aiiftiii's Parilb 

St Bartholomew Exchange 2 7 

2 i 
6 

40 
8 

24 

1 1 
18 
29 

74 
20 

21 

18 

35 

2t 



St Benncc Fink — 

TSt Bennct Gracechurch — 

St Benncc Paiil's W'harf— 

St Bcnnet Sherchog 

St Botolph BiUingfgate — 

Chrifl: Church — : 

•StChriftopher — 

St Clement Eaftcheap — 
•St Dionis Backchiircn — 

St Dunftan Eafl 

S: Edmund Lombard-ftr. 

•St Ethelborough • — 

I^St Faith's 

5t Fofte 



Bur. PI. 



St George Botolpli-lane — 1 1 
St Gregory by Paul's - — 

St Helen's 

St James Duke's Place — 
St Jaaies Garlickhithe — 

St John Baptift — 

St John Evangclift 

St John Zachary 

St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 

Sc Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
Sc Leonard Eallcheap — 
St Leonard Foftcr-lane — 

St Magnus Parifh 

Sc Margaret Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofes 

Sc Margaret New Fifli-llr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Mary Abchurch 



rr s 



St Mary Aldermanbury — 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bothaw — — 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill 



St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somcrfct — — 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch — 

St Mary Woolnoth ; 

St Marthi Ironmonger- lane 



32 
24 
3^ 
32 
5 
17 
33 
39 
51 
29 

12 

54 
32 

41 
20 
18 
II 

32 

32 
20 

19 
22 

6 

27 
12 

34 
12 

23 



St Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 



Bar. 

- 45 



St Matthew Friday-ftrcet 

St Maudlin Milk-ilreet — 

St MaudlinOldFifli-ftreet 

St Michael BafTifhaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 



35 
14 

47 
I r 

41 

27 

3' 



St Michael Quecnhithe — 4ofl 
Sc Michael Qijerne 
St Michael Royal — 



St Michael Wood-ftreet-- 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet — 

Sc Mildred Poultiy 

St Nicholas Aeons -: 

St Nicholas Colcabby — 
Sc Nicholas Olave 



St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry — 

St Olave Silver-flreet 

St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 
St Peter Poor 



24- 
21 

ir 
18 

2S J 

V 

28 
10 , 

51) 

'9 

49 

12 
21 
32 

18 



St Stephen Colcman-Ilreeti 22. 
St Stephen Walbrook — 17 

StSwithin ^^ 

St Thomas Apoftle 2 8 

Trinity Parilh • ■ — 26. 



>t Gabriel Fenchurch — 

Buried in the ninety -feven Parilhes within the Walls 3123 Whereof of the Plague o 

-Sc Andrew Holborn 595 

St Bartholomew Great — 98 

St B-TTtholomcw Lefs 41 

St Bride's Parifh 343 

Bridewell Prccinft 34 

Ct Botolph Alderlgate —133 



St Botolph Aldgate 690 7 

St Botolph Bifliopfgate — 456 
St Dunftan Well 2 1 3 

Sc George Southwark ■ — 254 

St Giles Cripplogate 1068 i 

St Olave Southwark 761 2 



St Saviour Southwark — 594^ 

St Sepulchre's Parifli 73 j^ M 

St Thomas Southwark — 68 • 

Trinity Minori.s j^ 

At the Pell-houfe a 



Buried Id. the fuceca Parilhes wichout the Walls 6104 



Whereof of tlic Plague 



10 



i66i. 



k Giles in the Fields —Jig 

^Hackney Parilh loi 

St James darken well — 3 1 7 



St Katherine's Tower — 2 1 1 



Lambeth Parilh 



•210 



St Ltonard Shoreditch — 290 
St Magdalen BerraondfcyjS 7 
St Mary Newington 76 

Buried in the twelve Out Pariflies in Middlefcx and Surrey 4689 
Whereof of the Plague 2 



ington sg 



St Mary 

St Mary Whitechapel — 711 

Rotherhith Parilh 77 

Stepney Parilh 15.^1 



St Clement Danes — —495 
St Paul Covent Garden 1 14 




St Martin in the Fields 1 107 
St Maiy Savoy 74 



St Margaret Weftminftcr S48 
At the Peft-houfe — — 



Buried in the five Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Wcftminfter 2638 
Whereof of the Plague • . o 

The Total of all the Chriflcnings — 10019 
The Total of all the Burials this Year 16554 
Whereof of the Plague — — 1 a 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 523 
Agei 1215 

Ague and Fever ■ — 2601 

Apoplexy and Suddenly— 86 

Bedrid ■ i 

Bleeding • 2 



Bloody Flux, Scowring, 7 
and Flux — J 

Burnt and Scalded — — 

Cancer, Gangrene, and 7 
Fiftula — i 

Canker, lore Mouth, and 7 
Thrulh — 5 

Calenture 

Childbed ' 

Chrifomcs 

Cold 



fl03 



54 



7' 



' . ^75 

and Infants — ^3^5 
and Coush 



Colick and Wind 

Confumption and TilTick 
Convulfion — — 



• 29 

■ 142 

3485 
1053 

Cut of the Stone and Stone 34 
Dropfy and Tympany — 990 

Drowned — 43 

Executed 'i — — 14 



Flox and Small Pox 

Found dead in the Streets, 7 

Fields, &c. — i 

French Pox 

Frighted — ■ - 

Gout 

Grief — 

Griping in the Guts 

Hang'd and made away"? 

themfelves • — 3 
Hcadmouldlhot 

Mouldfallen 

Jawfallcn 

Jaundics 

Impolthume — — 

Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

King's Evil — — 

Lethargy ■ 

Livcra;rown — — 



and 7 



Lunatick, Diftraftcd and 7 
Frenzy — 3 

Megrims and Hcad-ach — 
Mealies ■■ ■ 



768 

12 

44 
I 

8 
6 

835 

34 
2 

"3 
46 

49 

9 

25 

12 



20 



Murdered, Slain and Shot 

Overlaid and Starved 

Palfy 



Plague 

Planet — — 

piurify 

Poilbned — — — 
Quinfy and fore Throat - 
Rickets 



Rifing of the Lights 



Rupture — 

Scuivy ^ 

Sores, Ulcers, broken 7 
and bruifed Limbs ) 

Spleen — ■» 

Spotted Ffvcr and Purplcs 
Stifled and Smothered — 
Stopping of the Stomach 

Strangury ■ 

Surfeit -^ ■ 

Swine Pox — — 

Teeth and Worms 

Vomiting — — * 



It 

5<3 

27 
12 

3 

14 
t 

J4 

395 
197 

'26 

76 

54 

9 

148 

3 

^53 

16 

186 

3 

1032 

10 



{Males — 5216 ("Males — S623") 

Females 4803 B U R I E D j Females 7931 S Of the Plague la 
In all — 10019 (.In all — 16554J 

Decreafed in the Burials in the 130 Parifties and at the Pelt-houfe this Year 3217 
Decrcaled of the Plague in the i^o Parilhts and at the Pcft-houfe this Year 8 

A General 




1663. 

A General BILL for this prefent Year, 

Ending the 15th Day of December 1663. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, 8cc. fl 



Bur. PI. 



St A LB AN Wood-ftreec 28 

-^ Alhallows Barkin 
Alhallows Bread-ftrect — 

Alhallows Great 

Alhallows Honey-lane — 
Alhallows Lels 



15 

82 
6 



38 



Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 17 
Alhallows Staining 
Alhallows the Wall 
St Alphage 



St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Alderfgate 

St Ann Black Friars 

.St Antholin's Parifh 

St Auftin's PariOi 

St Bartholomew Exchange 

St Bennet Fink — 

St Bennet Gracechurch — 
£t Bennet Paul's Wharf— 
St Bennet Sherehop; 



29 
58 
30 
19 
47 
73 
Z9 
97 
19 

19 
20 

26 

8 

58 
6 



Bur. PI 
St George Botolph-Iane-- 6 

St Gregory by Paul's 89 

St Helen's 29 

St James Duke's Place — 45 
St James Garlickhithe — ^^ 



St John Baptift 
St John Evangclift 
St John Zachary- 



St Botolph Billingfgate — 19 

Chrift Church — 126 

St Chriftopher — 20 

St Clement Eaftchcap — 17 

5t Dionis Backchurch — 3+ 

StDunftan Eaft 75 

14 

27 
22 

34 
18 



St Edoiund Lombard- Ilr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 

StFofter's 



»7 

4 

23 

32 
46 

35 

29 
12 

45 
36 

43 
10 

27 
6 



St Kathcrine Coleman — 
St Kathcrine Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Foftcr-lane — 

St Magnus Parifli 

St Margaret Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofcs 

St Margaret New Fifh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Mary Abchurch 40 

St Mary Aldermanbury — ^5 

24 

21 

18 

H 

19 

»3 

65 
6 

19 
2? 



St Mary Alderinary 
St Mary le Bow 
St Mary Bothaw 



St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill 

St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somcrfet 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch — 
St Mary Woolnoth 



Si Martin Ironmonger lane 14 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 

Buried in the nincty-feven Pari/hes within the Walls 3002 



St Andrew Holborn — 
St Bartholomew Great 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 
St Bride's Parilh 



Bridewell Precincft — 
St Botolph Alderfgate 



•652 

- 73 

- 47 
-321 

- 41 
-129 



St Botolph Aldgate 637 i 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — 460 5 

St Dunftan Weft 214 

Sc George Southwark -^2 1 1 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1003 
St Olave Southwark 597 



St Martin Ludgate — 
St Martin Orgars — — 
St Martin Outwich ■ • 



Bur. 
42 

I 



% 



St Martin Vintrey — — 
St Matthew Friday-ftreet 
Sc Maudlin Milk-flreet — 
St Maudlin Old Fifh-ftreec 
St Michael Baffifhaw — 

St Michael Cornhill . 

Sf Michael Crooked -lane 



3 

12 

34 
23 

31 



St Michael Queenhithc 55. 

St Michael Qucrne 
St Michael Royal 



St Michael Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred Bread-ftrect 
St Mildred Poultry 



St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Colcabby — 

St Nicholas Olave ■ 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry — . 

St Olave Silvcr-ftreet ■ — 
St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap 

Sc Peter Cornhill . 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor 

St Stephen Coleman-ftreet I ig 
St Stephen Walbrook — 

St Swithin 

St Thomas Apoftle 

Trinity Parilh — 



12 
21 
20 

25 
26 

J5 

20 

»9 
3+ 
II 

3i 

9 
1 1 

20 

24 
28 



I 
I 



Whereof of the Plague x 

St Saviour Southwark — 47c 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 685 

Sc Thomas Southwark — 51 

Trinity Minories • 8 

At the Pell-houfe ci" 



Buried in the fixtecn Pari/hes without the Waljs 5608 Whereof of the Plague 6 



1663. 



Giles in theFielcJs -—793 

lackney Parifli 73 

5t James Clarkenwell — 318 
5t Katheriae's Tower — 153 



Lambeth Parifh 199 

St Leonard Shoreditch — 306 
St Magdalen Bermondfey 3 1 8 
St Mary Newington 188 



St Mary Tflington — — 41 
St Mary Wiiitcchapel — 559 

Rotherhith Parifh 80 

Stepney Parifli 1 241 



Buried in the twelve Out Pariflies in Middlcfex and Surrey 4269 
Whereof of the Plague _^__- 2 



: Clement Danes — —406 
$C Paul Covent Garden 1 1 7 



St Martin in the Fields 1090 
St Mary Savoy 7 1 



St Margaret Weftminflier 795 
At the Pefl-houfe o 



Buried in the five Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weft:minfter 2477 
Whereof of the Plague — - — o 

The Total of all the Chriflienings — 10292 
The Total of all the Burials this Year ^5356 
Whereof of die Plague — — g. 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A 



Bortivc and Stillborn 550 

Aged ■ ' 1 1 7 1 

Ague and Fever 2107 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 99 

Bedrid — — 6 

Bleeding 2 



192 

59 

5« 
206 



Bloody Flux, Scowring, 7 
and Flux — j 

Burnt and Scalded — — 
Cancer, Gangrene, and 7 
Fiftula — i 

Canker, Thrufli and Wolf 

Childbed 

Choaked — i 

Chrifomes and Infants — 1299 

Colick and Wind 1 1 5 

Confumption and Tifllck 3260 

Convulfion ion 

Cough — — — ■ 20 

Cut of the Stone and Stone 58 
Diftrafted — 



P. 



Dropfy and Tympany 

Drowned — — — ■ - 



6 
934 
56 



Streets, 7 



Executed — — 

Flox and Small Pox 

Found dead in the Streets, 

Fields, &c. 
French Pox > 

Gout ' — 

Grief ■ - 

Green Sicknefs — 

Griping in the Guts 

Hanged and made away 7 

thcmfelves — ^ 
Hcadmouldfliot 

Mouldfallen 

Jaundies 

Impofthume — — 

Killed by feveral Accidents 
King's Evil — — — — 

Lethargy — 

Livergrown 

Megrims and Head-ach^ 

Meafles ■ — 

Murdered, Slain and Shot 
Overlaid and Starved 




31 
411 

8 

7^ 

9 

5 

I 

866 

12 

25 

55 
109 

44 

42 

9 

23 

3 
42 
15 
36 



Palfy 

Plague 

Planet — 

Plurify — 

Poifoned 

Qiiinfy and fore Throat — 

Rickets 

Rifing of the Lights 

Rupture ■ • 

Scurvy • — . — — 

Sores, Ulcers, broken and 
bruifed Limbs 

Spleen 

Spotted Fever and Purples 

Stifled and Smothered 

Stopping of the Stomach 

Strangury — 

Surfeit — ^ — 

Teeth — — — — 

Vertigo — — 

Vomiting -— 

Worms ■ - 



en and 7 



30 
9 

3 

iS 

3 

8 

364- 
217 

la 
5& 

73 

3 

12S 

3 

184. 

15 

191 

904 

I 

»7 

75 



f Males — 
Females 
In all — 



541 1 

4881 

10292 



r Males — 8035 



BURIED i Females 73i5'i ^Of the Plague 9 



]' 



(.In all 15256} 



Decreafed in the Burials in the 130 Pariflies and at the Peft-houfe this Year 1198 
Dccreafed of the Plague in the 130 Pariflies and at the Pcft-houlc this Year 3 



A General 



1664. 
A General BILL for this prefent Year, 

Ending the 20th Day of December 1664. 
According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, Sec. 



Bur. PI. 

St A LBAN Wood-ftreet 46 

--f*- Alhallows Barkin S6 

Alhallows Brcad-Ilrecc — 

Alhallows Great • ■ 



Alhallows Honey-lane — 
Alhallows Lefs 



20 
90 

9 
43 



Alhallows Lombard-ftrect 18 



-Alhallows Staining 
Alhallov/s the "Wall 
St Alphage 



St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underlhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Alderi'gate 

St Ann Black Friars 

St Antholin's Parifli 

St Auftin's Parilh 



38 
93 
51 
27 
56 
81 

42 

97 
13 
13 



St Bartholomew Exchange 22 
St Bennet Fink — 29 

*3 

70 

'3 

23 



St Bennet Gracechurch — 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph Billinglgate — 

Chrill Chiifch — 140 

St Chrlftopher — 1 6 

St Clemtnt Eaftcheap — 15 
St Dioni« Backchurch — 31 

St DunftanKaft 102 

20 
23 

25 
St Gabriel Fenchurch — 18 j 

Buried in the ninery-leven 

St Andrew I lulborn 843 

St Bartholomew Great — 90 
St Bartholomew L.rfs — 44 

St Bride's Pftrllli 412 

Bridewell Procin<^ ^4 

Si Botolph Alderfgate — 187 



St Edmund Lombard-ftr 

St Etbelborough 

St Faith's 

St Foaer's — 



Bur. PI. 
St George Botolph-lane— 1 3 

St Gregory by Paul's 1 18 

St Helen's * 25 

St James Duke's Place — 41 
St James Garlickhithe — 40 



St John Baptift 
Sr John Evangelift 
St John Zachary 



3* 

5 
23 

St KatherirK Coleman — 44 

St Katherine Creechurch 87 

St Laurence Jewry 45 

St Laurence Pountney — 38 

St Leonard Eaftcheap — 14 

St Leonard Foilcr-lane — sy 

St Magnus Parilh 36 

St Margaret Lothbury — 33 

»4 
26 

>7 
30 
46 
20 
21 

22 

5 
23 
12 

73 

7 

22 

21 



St Margaret Moles 

St Margaret New Fifh-lbr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldermanbury — 

St Mary Aldcrmary 

St Mary le Bow 



St Mary Bothaw — — 

St Mary Colcchurch 

St Maiy Hill 

St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somerfct — — 
St Mary Staining 



St Mary Woolchurch — 

Sc Mary Woolnoth 

St Majtia Ironmonger-lane 1 1 

Parilhcs within the Walls 3448 

St Botolph A14gate 785 i 

St Botolph Bifhopfgatc — 545 
StDunftanWea ■ 265 
St George Southwark — 259 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1 353 i 
St Olave Southwark 829 



St Marti a Ludgatc 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 



St Matthew Friday-ftreec 
St Maudlin Milk-ftreet — 
St MaudlinOldFifh-ftreet 

St Michael Baffilhaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 



iH 



Btf.R 

21 

9 
19 
42 



St Michael Qucenhithc— 47 
St Michael Querne ■ 

St Michael Royal 
St Michael Wood-ftreet- - 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons . 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

Sc Olave Hart-llreet . 

St Olave Jewry — 

St Olave Silvcr-ftreet ~ — 
St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap — 

St Peter Cornliill 



IS 
24 

H 

I 

37 
29 

43 
iz 

'3 

36 

2J 

za 



s 



St Peter Paul's Wharf — 
St Peter Poor — — 

St Stephen Ctileman-ftreet 1 33 
St Scephen Walbronk ■ — . 10 
Sr S within 



St Thomas ApoflJe 
Trinity Pariilt 



4« 
5» 



Whereof of the Plague o J 

St Saviour Southwark — 605 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 851 

St Thomas Southwark — 54. 
Trinity Minories — — — j 2 
At th£ Pclt-houii — — o 



Buried in the fixtecn Pariflies without the Walls 7168 Whereof of the Plague a 



i664« 



St Giles in the Fields —93 r 

Hackney Parifli 80 

>t James ClarkenwcU — 3 1 3 



KathcrincVi Tower — 'aoo 



Lambeth Parifh 



•236 



St Leonard Shoreditch — 424 
St Magdalen Bermondrey305 
St Mary Newington— ^— 235 

Buried in the twelve Out Parifhes in Mlddlelcx and Surrey 4885 
Whereof of the Plague 4 



St Mary Iflington 58 

St Mary Whitechapel — 671 
Rotherhith Parilh 40 



Stepney Parifli -r-1392 



St Clement Danes 534 

Sc Paul Covent Garden 133 



St Martin in the Fields 1 242 
St Mary Savoy 80 



St Margaret Weftminfter 807 
At'thc Peft-houfe o 



Buried in the five Parifhcs in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 2796 
Whereof of the Plague • ■ — o 

The Total of all the Chriftenings — 11722 
The Total of all the Burials this Year 18297 
Whereof of the Plague — — 6 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABonive 
Aged 
Ague and Fever 



and Stillborn 523 

1 154 

2258 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 95 

Bedrid ■ " 3 

Blafted — — 1 

Bleeding ■ 4 

Bloody Flux, Scowring, 

and Flux 
Burnt and Scalded 
Cancer, Gangrene, and 7 

Fiftula — 5 

Canker and Thrulh 

Childbed 

Choaked — 



-Owring,| ^^g 



.— 3 

57 

63 
250 



Chrifome-s and Infants — 1491 

Cold and Cough 27 

Cohck and Wind — ' 120 

Confumption and Tiflick 3645 

Convulfion — — ii8i 

Cut of the Stone and Stone 45 

Diftrafled — 6 

Dropfy and Tympany — 1079 



62 

I 



Drowned — 

Executed — 

FaUing Sicknefs — 
Flox and Small Pox 
Found dead in the Streets, 7 

Fields, &c. — j 

French Pox 

Frighted 

Gout and Sciatica — — 

Grief — 7 

Griping in the Guts 1 146 

Hang'd and made away 7 „ 

themfelves — j 
Headmouldfhot and 7 

Mouldfallen — J '9 
Jaundies 
Jawfallen 



6 

80 

I 

12 



Impofthumc — — 

Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

King's Evil — — 

Lethargy ■ 

Livergrown — — 

Meafles • ' — 



72 
I 

III 

48 

47 
10 

23 
3" 



Megrims, Head-ach and 7 
Vertigo — | 

Murdered and Shot 

Overlaid and Starved 

Palfy _ 

Plague ■ 

Plurify — 

Poifoned — — 

Qiiinfy — 

Rickets 

Rifing of the Lights 

Rupture — — — 

Scurvy • 

Sores, Ulcers, broken 7 



and bruifed Limbs j 

Spleen — 

Spotted Fever and Purples 
Stopping of the Stomach 

Strangury 

Surfeit — ' 

Swine Pox — — 

Teeth and Worms 

Vomiting — — ^ 



8 

9 

50 
26 

6 

6 

I 

12 

482 

281 

21 

54 

64 

9 
116 

197 

9 

244 

2 

II22 
30 



f Males — 6041 
Females 5681 
In all — 11722 



f Males — 93697 
BURIED < Females 8928 [Of the Plagyc 6 



(.In all — 1S2973 

Increafed in the Burials in the 130 Pariflies and at the Peft-houfc this Year 2941 
Docrcaied of the Plague in the 130 Panflies and at the Peft-houfc this Year 3 



G 2 



A TABLE 



^^^^^^^^^^B^ i6^5T^^I 


^ 


1 


g 


^ [ A TABLE of the 






' 


^H^ CHRISTENINGS and MORTALITY | 


^^^B For the Year 1664 and 1665 


« 

ft 




J 


^^^^H Weeks. Days of the Chrift. Bar. Pla. Par. 


Weeks. Days of the 


Chrift. Bor. 


Pla. 


P.r. ^B 


^^^^^^B Month. 


Month. 






infec. I 


^^^^^B I Dec. 27. 229 291 


27 June 27. 


199 684 


267 


20 1 


^^^^^M 2 January 3. 239 349 


28 July 4. 


207 1006 


470 


33 1 


^^^^H 3 235 394 


29 II. 


197 1268 


725 


40 ■ 


^^^^H 4 17. 223 415 


30 18. 


194 1761 


1089 


54 1 


^^^H 5 24. 237 474 


31 25. 


^93 ^7^5 


1843 


68 ■ 


^^^^^B 6 ■ 31. 216 409 


32 Augufl I. 


215 3014 


2010 


73 1 


^^^^V 7 Fcbr. 7. 221 393 


33 8. 


178 4030 


2817 


86 ■ 


^^^^H 14. 224 462 I I 


34 15. 


166 5319 


3880 


96 ■ 


^^^^^V 9 232 393 


35 22. 


171 5568 


4237 


103 1 


^^^^^V 10 28. 233 396 


36 29. 


169 7496 


6102 


"3 ■ 


^^^^H II March 7. 236 441 


37 Septem. 5. 


167 8252 


6988 


118 1 


^^^H 14. 433 


38 12. 


168 7690 


6544 


119 ■ 


^^^^^B 13 221 363 


39 '9- 


176 8297 


7^^5 


126 ■ 


^^^B * 14 353 


40 26. 


146 6460 


5533 


123 ■ 


^^^^H 15 April 4. 242 344 


41 OAober 3. 


142 5720 


4929 


124 1 


^^^^H 16 245 382 


42 10. 


141 5068 


4327 


126 ■ 


^^^H 17 237 344 


43 17- 


147 32 '9 


2665 


1 14 1 


^^^^■- 18 25. 229 398 2 I 


44 24. 


104 1806 


1421 


104 1 


^^^^^H 19 May 237 388 


45 31. 


104 1388 


1031 


97 1 


^^^H 211 9 4 


46 Novem. 7. 


95 n^7 


1414 


1x0 I 


^^^H 16. 227 353 3 2 


47 14- 


"3 ^359 


1050 


99 1 


^^^B 23. 231 385 14 3 


48 21. 


108 905 


652 


84 ■ 


^^^^^B 23 30. 229 400 17 5 


49 28. 


112 544 


333 


60 I 


^^^H 24 June 6. 234 405 43 7 


50 Decern. 5. 


123 428 


210 


48 I 


^^^^B. 25 13- 2o6 558 112 12 


51 12. 


133 442 


243 


57 1 


^^^^^H,' a$ 20. 204 615 168 19 


52 19. 


^^7 525 


281 


6g ^M 


^^^^B rChriftened — — 


9967 




|H 


^^^^B The Totals i Buried — — 


97306 




^^1 


^^^^B^ i Whereof of the Plague 


68596 




■ 


^^^^^^K * Bell's London's Remembrancer. 






1 




• 




1 



l66s. 
A General BILL for this prefent Year, 

Ending the 19th Day of December 1665. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifh Clerks of London, &c. 



St A LEAN Wood-ftreet — • 

x\. Alhallows Barkin 

Alhallows Bread-ftreet 

Alhallows Great — 

Alhallows Honey-lane — 

Alhallows Lefs — 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreet ■ ■ 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows the Wall — — 

St Alphage ■ 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underlhaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann Alderfgate — 

St Ann Black Friars 

St Antholin's Parifti — 

St Auftin's Parilh — 

St Bartholomew Exchange 

St Bennet Fink — ■ ■ ■" " 

St Bennet Gracechurch ■- 

St Bennet Paul's Wharf — — 

St Bennet -Sherehog 

St Botolph Billingfgate • 

Chrift Church 

St Chriftopher 

St Clement Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch — 

St Dunftan Eaft — — — 
St Edmund Lombard-ftreet — 
St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 

St Forter's 

St Gabriel Fenchurch 
St George Botolph-lane 



St Gregory by Paul's — — 




Bur. 
200 

5'4 

35 

455 
10 

239 
90 

500 
271 

71 
274 
476 
282 
652 
58 
43 

7i 

47 

57 

355 

II 

83 

60 

38 

78 
265 

70 

^95 
104 

144 

69 

41 

376 



Pla. 
121 

330 
16 

426 
5 

62 
1 12 

"5 

25 
189 

308 

197 

467 

33 
20 

5» 

22 

41 

172 
I 

50 
467 

47 
20 

27 

150 

36 
106 

70 
105 

39 

27 

232 



St 
Sc 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 
St 



Helen's 

James Duke's Place 
James Garlickhithe 
John Baptift 



John Evangelift 

John Zachary 

Katherine Coleman — 
Katherine Creechurch — 

Laurence Jewry — 

Laurence Pountney — 

Leonard Eaftcheap 

Leonard Fofter-lane — 

Magnus Parifh 

Margaret Lothbury ^— 

Margaret Mofes 

Margaret New Fifh-ftreet 
Margaret Pattons — 

Mary Abchurch 

Mary Aldermanbury 

Mary y\ldcrmary — - 

Mary le Bow — 

Mary Bothaw 



Mary Colechurch 

Mary Hill 

Mary Mounthaw — ■ 

Mary Somerfct ^- 

Mary Staining 

Mary Woolchurch 

Mary Woolnoth 
Martin Ironmonger-lane 

Martin Ludgate 

Martin Orgars 

Martin Outwich 

Martin Vintrey 

Matthew Friday-ftreet - 



Bur. 

108 

262 

189 

138 

9 

85 
299 

335 

94 

214 

42 

335 

103 
100 

38 
114 

49 

99 
181 

64 

55 

^7 

94 

56 

342 

47 

65 

75 

21 

196 

no 

60 

4«7 
24 



PliU 

75 
190 

118 

83 
o 

54 
213 
231 

.48 
140 

27 

^55 
60 

66 

25 
66 

24 

54 
109 

75 

36 

30 

6 

64 

37 

262 

27 
33 
38 
1 1 
128 

7» 
34 

349 
6 



St Maudlin 



1665. 



St Maudlin Milk-flrect — 
St Maudlin Old Filh-ftreet 

St Michael Bairnliaw 

St Michael Cornhill — 
St Michael Crooked-lane - 
St Michael Quecnhithe — 

St Michael Qucrne 

St Michael Royal — 
St Michael Wood-ftrect 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave — — 



Bur. 

4+ 
176 

253 
104 

»79 
203 

44 
152 
122 

59 
68 

46 
90 



Pla. 

22 

121 

164 

122 
18 

I 16 
62 
26 

46 
28 

9' 

62 



St Olavc Hart-ftrcct 
St Olave Jewry 
St Olavc Silver-flrect 
St Pancras Soper-lane 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill — 
St Peter Paid's Wharf 
St Peter Poor 



St Stephen Coleman-ftrcet 
St Stephen Walbrook - 

St Swithin 

St Thomas Apoftle 

Trinity Parifli 



Buried in the ninety-fcven Parifhes within the Walls 15207 
Whereof of the Plague 98 8 7 



St Andrew Holborn 
St Bartholomew Great 
St Bartholomew Lefs 

St Bridget 

Bridewell Precinft 
St Botolph Alderfgate 
St Botolph Aldgate 
St Botolph Bilhopfgate 
St Dunftan Weft 



3958 3103 

493 344 

193 139 
2111 1427 

230 179 

997 755 
4926 4051 

3464 2500 

958 665 

Buried in the fixteen Parifhes without 
Whereof of the Plague 



St George Southwark 
St Giles Cripplegate 
St Olave Southwark 
St Saviour Southwark 
St Sepulchre's PariJh 
St Thomas Southwark 

Trinity Minories 

At the Peft-houfe — 



the Walls 41 351 
28S88 



St Giles in the Fields - ■' ■ ■ 4457 3216 

Hackney Parifh — 232 132 

St James Clarkenwell — — 1863 1377 

St Katherine's Tower 956 601 

Lambeth Parifh 798 537 

St Leonard Shoreditch - 2669 1949 



St Magdalen Bermondfey 
St Mary Newiiogton — 
St Mary Iflington — 
St Mary Whitechapel 
Rotherhith Parilh ■— 
Stepney Parifh 



'943 
1272 

696 
4766 

304 
8598 



Buried in the twelve Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 
Whereof of the Plague ■ . 



St Mary Savoy — 



St Clement Danes — 1969 13 19 

St Paul Covent Garden 408 261 

St Martin in the Fields 4804 2883 

Buried in the five Parifhes in die City and Liberties of Weftminfter 
Whereof of the Plague . r- . — 



St Margaret Weftminfter 
Whefeof at the Peft-hoiife 



no 




r? 




6583 



The Total of all the Chriftenings — 9967 
The Total of all the Burials this Year 97306 
Whereof of the Plague ■— 685^6 



12194 
8403 



DISEASE! 



i665< 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A 



Bortlve and Stillborn 617 

•1545 
■5257 
■ 116 



Aged 

Ague and Fever — 

Apoplexy and Suddenly- 
Bedrid 

Blafted — — 

Bleeding 

Bloody Flux, Scowring, 

and Flux 

Burnt and Scalded — - 

Calenture . 

Cancer, Gangrene, 

Fiftula 

Canker and Thrufti 
Childbed 



10 

5 
16 

185 

8 
3 

56 



and? 

Ill 

625 

Chrifomcs and Infants — 1258 
Cold and Cough — — 68 

Colick and Wind 1 34 

Coiifumpcion and Tiflick 4808 
Convullion and Mother — 2036 

Diftractcd — — 5 

Dropfy and Tympany — 1478 
Prowncd 50 



Streets, 7 



Executed 

Flox and Small Pox 

Found dead in theStreets, 

Fields, &c. 

French Pox 

Frighted 

Gout and Sciatica 

Grief — 

Griping in the Guts 

Hang'd and made away? 

themfelves — 3 

Headmouldfhot and 7 

Mouldfallen — \ 

Jaundics — ■ ■ 

Impofthume 



Kill'd by fevcral Accidents 

King's Evil 

Leprofy 

Lethargy 

Livergrown 

Megrims and Head-ach — 

Mcafles — 

Murdered and Shot 



21 

655 

20 

86 

23 

27 

46 

1288 



H 

110 

227 

46 

86 

2 

14 

20 
12 

7 
9 



Overlaid and Starved- 

Palfy — _ 

Plague - — — 

Planet — 

Plurify — 

Poifoned 

Qiiinfy ■ - ^ 

Rickets — 



Riling of the Lights 

Rupture — 

Scurvy 



- 45 

- 30 
-68596 

- 6 

- '5 

- I 

- 35 

- 557 

- 39r 

- 3+ 
tog 

3 

82 
14 



Shingles and Swine Pox — 
Sores, Ulcers, broken 7 
and bruifed Limbs \ 

Spleen 

Spotted Fever and Purples 19 29* 
Stopping of the Stomach 332 
Stone and Strangury — — 9$ 

Surfeit 1251 

Teeth and Worms — — 2614. 

Vomiting ^i 

Wen — — — I 



! Males — 51 14 
Females 4S53 
In all — 9967 



[Males — 48569") 
Females 48737 [ Of the Plague 68596 
In all — 97306 J 



Increafed in the Burials in the j 30 Parifhcs and at the Peft-houfe this Year 79009 
incrcafcd of the Plague in the 130 Parilhcs and at the Pcft-houfe diis Year 68590 



A General 



i666. 
A General BILL for this prefent Year, 

From the 19th of December 1665, to the 18th of December 1666. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefly^ 
By the Company of Parifh Clerks of London, &c. 



St A : 

^~\_ Alliallows Barkin 
Alhallows Brcad-ftitet — 

Alhallows Great - 

Alhallows Honey-lane 

Alhallows Lefs - 



Alhallows Lombard-ftreet — 

Alhallows Staining ~ 

Alhallows the Wall 

St Alphae,e ■ ■ 

St Andrew Hubbard — ^-^ 



Bur. 

LB AN Wood-ftrcet 17 

95 

7 
40 

4 

^3 
8 

34 

72 

27 

31 
30 

35 
34 
56 
II 
II 

1+ 

II 

8 

25 

4 
16 

74 

12 
12 

15 
65 
I t 



St Bartholomew Exchange 
St Bcnnet Fink — — i — 

St Bcnnet Gracechurch 

St Bennet Paul's Wharf — 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph Billingfgatc 

Chrift Church 



St Chriftopher — 

St Clement Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan Eaft — 

St Edmund Lombard-ftreet 
St Ethelborough - — 

St F'aith's 

St Gabriel Fenchurch 



St George Boiolph-lane — 



16 

20 

6 

3 



PI. 

2 


St 


9 


St 





St 


8 


St 





St 


9 


St 


1 


St 


8 


St 


10 


St 


3 


St 


4 


St 


2 


St 


4 


St 


5 


St 


»7 


St 


3 


St 


3 


St 


I 


St 


3 


St 


c 


St 


2 


St 





St 


5 


St 


7 


St 


2 


St 


5 


St 


4 


St 


'7 


St 


7 


St 


2 


St 


1 


St 


I 


St 








Bor. 

Gregory by Paul's 30 

Helen's 



James Duke's Place- 
James Garlickhithe ■ 

John Baptift 

John Evangelifl — 
John Zachary 



Katherine Coleman 

Katherinc Creechurch — 
Laurence Jewry 



28 
40 

23 
13 

4 
II 
46 
69 
'4 



8 



St Andrew Underfhaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann Alderfgatc — 

St Ann Black Friars 

St Antholin's Parifli — 

St Auftin's Parifti -11 3 St Margaret New Fifli-ftreet l& 



Laurence Pountncy 24 

Leonard Eailchcap • 
I^onard Fofter-lane 
Magnus Parifli 



Margaret Lothbury 
Margaret Mofes 



25 
18 
16 

7 



Margaret Pattons — — 
Martin Ironmonger-lane 

Martin Ludgate 

Martin Orgars — 

Martin Outwich 

Martin Vintrey — ■ 
Mary Abchurch 



»9 
6 

23 

19 

9 

'.I 

Mary Aldermanbury 23 

Mary Aldermary 11 

Mary le Bow — 1 7 

Mary Bothaw — 9 

Mary Colechiirch 2 

Mary Hill — 17 

Mary Magd. Milk-ftrcct 5 
Mary Mjgd. Old Filh-ftr. 20 



PI. 
I 

o 
9 
5 
2 

o 


7 

10 
o 
8 

r 


3 


2 

3 
I 

o 

4 


3 
2 

I 

3 
I 

2 



5 

o 

2 



Bar. 
Mary Mounthaw — — 8 

Mary Somerfct ~- 29 

Mary Staining — 3 

Mary Woolchurch — 13 
14. 

9 
26 

24 
23 



Mary Woolnoth 
Matthew Friday-ftreet — 

Michael Baflilhaw 

Michael Curnhill 



Michael Crooked-lane ^ 

Michael Queenhithe 30 

Michael Querne 

Michael Royal 

Michael Wood-ftreet — 

Mildred Bread-ftreet 

Mildred Poultry 

Nicholas Aeons ^— ^— - 

Nicholas Coleabby 

Nicholas Olave 

Olave Hart-ftreet 

Olave Jewry 

Olave Silver-ftreet 

Pancras Soper-lane 

Peter Cheap — 

Peter Cornhill — 

Peter Paul's Wharf 

Peter Poor ^ 

Stephen Colcman-ftreet 

Stephen Walbrook 

Swithlii 
Thomas Apoftle 



Trinity Parifh 

St Vedaft alias Fofter 



12 
II 
18 
10 
15 
4 
10 

5 

j6 

6 

10 

24 
II 
28 

59 
II 
16 
II 
16 

7 



o 

I 



o 

4 
I 
6. 



Chriftened in the ninety-fevcn Pariflies within^ 
the Walls of London, from the 19th of Dc- f 1 165 
cember 1665, to the 28th of Auguft 1666 J 

Buried . . — 1796 

Plague i 284 

Chriflened iii all 1316 



Since which Time the late dreadful Fire hath confumi 
and laid wafte eighty-one Pariflies ; 

So that there hath been Chriltened in the fixteenl 

Pariflies now ftanding, from the 28th of Au- r ^S^\ 
guft 1666, to the 1 8th of Decern, following J 

Buried ■ — — — 18] 

Plague _^._ - ■ 

Buried i977 Plague 288 

St Andre 



i666. 



: Andrew Holbortl 



•490 48 



St Bartholomew Great 8i 16 

St Bartholomew Lefs 19 o 

St Bride's Parifli — 19+ 12 

Bridewell Precinft 10 I 

St Botolph AldciTgate —— 1 36 1 1 



St Botolph AWgate -592 105 

St Botolp Biihopfgatc 170 16 

StDunftanWeft 156 is 

St George South warlc i6g 16 

St Giles Cripplegatc — — 776 47 

St Olave Southwark . 538 53 



St Saviour Southwark 577 165 

St Sepulchre's Parifti 430 24 

St Thomas Southwark 41 4 

Trinity Minorics — — . — 23 4 

At the Pcll-houfc 41 37 



Chriilened in the fixteen Patifhes without the'> 
Walls, from the 19th of December 1665, to> 1871 
the 28th of Auguit 1666 J 

Buried —— — 

Piague 

^K Chriftened in all 



3001 

464 



Since which Time fllfo have been confumed two Pariflicsj 
So there have been Chriftencd in the fourteen] 



en J 

Parishes now ftandinj:, from the 28th of Au-f 
guft 1666, to the 1 8th of Decern, following 3 

Buried — 

Plague • 



3429 



Buried, and at the Pcft-houfe 4543 



Plague 574 



1558 

1501 
7i 



205 
IS 



Lambeth Parifli . 372 

St Leonard Shoreditch 283 

St Magdalen Bermondfey— 450 165 
St Mary Iflington 100 i 

Chriftened in the twelve Out Parilhes in Middlefex and Surrey 2786 



St Giles in the Fields 484 39 

St John at Hackney 103 15 

St Jajnes Clarkenwe 1 1 209 1 2 

St Katherine by the Tower 202 21 



St Mary Newington 135 12 

St Mary Whitcchapel 521 72 

Rothernith Parifli ^ 153 67 

Stepney Parifti — '453 3' 5 

Buried 4465 Plague 939 



St Clement Danes 



-320 



St Paul Covent Garden 89 



46 
6 



St Martin in the Fields 
St Mary Savoy 



-731 

- 72 



61 
6 



St Margaret Weftminfter 
At the Peft-houfe 



541 



Chriftened in the five Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 1466 Buried 1753 



87 

9 

Plague 197 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A 



Bortive and Stillborn 
Aged and Bedrid • 



Ague and Fever — - 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — — 

Bleeding ■ — 

Bloody Flux, Scowring, and J 

Flux 5 

Burnt and Scalded — — ^— . 
Calenture — — — — 

Cancer, Gangrene and Fiftula 
Canker and Thrufli — — 

Childbed — 

Chrifomes and Infants - 

Cold and Cough 

Colick and Wind — ■ — 

Confumption and Tiflick 
Convulfion 



Cut of the Stone and Stone — 

Diftiaaed 

Dropfy and Tympany — 

~)rowncd 
Executed 



611 

741 

57 

I 

82 

II 

2 

48 

103 

253 

749 

32 

40 

2592 

825 

67 

983 
63 



Flox and Small Pox - 

Found dead in the Streets, 
Fields, &c. — ! 

French Pox — ■ -■ - — 

Frighted — --• - ■ 

Gout and Sciatica 
Grief 



Griping in the Guts — 

Hanged and made away them- / 

felves J 

Hendmouldftiot 

Jaundies ■ — • — ^ ■ 

Jmpoflhume 

Killed by feverai Accidents 

King's Evil 

Leprofy and Itch — 

Lethal gy „ — 

Livergrown -- " — 

Lunatick and Frenzy — 
Megrims ——— — — 
Meafles 



— — — — 10 1 Murdered and Shot — — . — 



38 
10 

49 
16 

II 

676 



1 

90 

72 

43 
^t 

2 

7 
5 
3 
I 

3 

4 



Overlaid and Starved 

Palfy 

Piague ■ 

Pleurify 

Puifoned ■ 



Quirvfy ^^— — — ^ 

Rickets 

Rifine; of the Lights 

Rupture 

Scurvy — - 

Sores, Ulcers, broken 

bruifcd Limbs — 

SnTeen 



and } 



32 
31 

1998 

'5 
r 

20 

171: 

'73 

34 

25 

4+ 

5 

141 

3 



Spotted Fever and Purples - 

Strangury - 

Shipping of the Stomach — — 107 

Surl'.it - — 

Swine Pox 



Teeth and Worms 

Vomiting 

Wen 

Wounded at Sea - 



345 
i 

23 



CHRISTENED 



r Males — 
< Females 
llnall — 



4678 

4319 
8997 

Decreafed in the Burials this Year 
Decrcafed of the Plague •-» 



(•Males — 68477 
BURIED \ Females 625 1 > Of the Plague 1998 
tin all — 127383 



84568 
66598 



Parifhes clear of the Plague ». 
Pariihes infc^cd ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 



26 
104 



H 



A General 



i66j. 



A General B I L L of all the Chriftenings and BurialSj 

From the i8th of December 1666, to the 17th of December 1667. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



ALrtALLOWS Barkin - 
Alhallows Staining - 

Alhallows the Wall - 

St Alphage - 

St Andrew Underfliaft 

St Ethelborough — 

St Helen's - 

St James Duke's Place ■ 



Bur. P]a. 

J8 
36 
84 

23 

94 

27 

31 
29 




St Katherine Coleman — — — 
St Katherine Creechurch — — 

St Magnus ParifTi 

St Martin Outwich 

St Olave Hart-ftreet — 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Poor 



St Stephen Coleman-ftceet — 



Chriftened in the fixteen Parishes (now flanding) within the Walls 440 



St Andrew Holborn -^ 

St Bartholomew Great — 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 
St Botolph Alderfgate — 

St Botolph Aldgate 

St Botolph Bilhopfgate — 
StDunftanWcft 



Buried 761 

822 
98 



36 

21 1 

800 
421 
197 



Plague 

St George Southwark 
St Giles Cripplegate - 
St Olave Southwark - 
St Saviour Southwark 
Sc Sepulchre's Parifli - 
St Thomas Southwark 
Trinity Minories 



Chriftened in the fourteen Pariflies (now ftanding) without the Walls 4286 



St Giles in the Fields 

St John at Hackney 

St James Clerkenwell 

St Katherine by the Tower 

Lambetli Parifli 

St Leonard Shorediich 



Buried 6428 



972 
108 

363 
230 

223 

5°7 



Plague 23 

St Magdalen Bermondiey - 

St Mary Iflington 

St Mary Newington 

St Mary Whitechapel 

Rotherhith Parifli 

Stepney Parifli 



Chriftened in the twelve Otit Pariihcs in Middlefex and Surpey 4068 
Buried 5610 Plague 11 



St Clement Danes — 
St Paul Covent Garden 
St Martin ki the pields 



— 564 

— 140 

— J 427 



St Mary Savoy — . -s— — - — — 
St Margaret Weflxnuifter — — 82 
Wliereof at the Pcft-houfc 



80 



Chriftened in the five Pariflies in the City and Liberties oi Weftminfter 2144 



Buried 



3043 



Plague I 



i667- 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortivc and St 
Aged 



Ague 

Apoplexy 

Bedridden — ■ 

Bleeding 

Bloody Flux and Flux — 

Burnt and Scalded 

Calenture — — 

Cancer, Gangrene, and? 

Fiftula — \ 

Canker and Thrufli 

Childbed —^ 

Chrilbmes 

Cold, Cough, and Hie- 7 

cough 3 

Colick. and Wind 



488 
952 

II 

4 

5 

94 

7 

2 

6s 

90 
262 
490 

45 



Con Turn prion and Tiffick 
Convulfion 



■ 54 
30S7 

■ 1210 
Cut of the Scone and Stone 34 

Diftraded — 2 

Dropfy and Tympany 1 134 

Drowned 72 

Executed 9 

Falling Sicknefs —^ — 4 
Fever - ■ — — — — 916 



Flox and Small Pox 



Found dead 
French Pox — — 

Frighted 

Gout and Sciatica 
Grief 



—1 196 

in the Streets 10 
65 

— 7 

— 14 

— 1 1 

Griping in the Guts 2108 

Hanged and made away 7 

themfelves — 3 
Head-ach 
Jaundies 
Jawfallcn 



Impofthume 
Infants 



Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

King's Evil 

Lethargy — - -■ ' ■ 

Livergrown — 

Lunatick 

Megrims — — _ — 

Meaflcs — 

Murdered • — • 

Overlaid 

Palfy _ _ 

Piles ~ 

Plague - ^^ ' ' ■ 



I 

74 
2 
90 
411 

63 
38 

4 

15 

14 

4 
83 

4 
40 

25 
I 



Planet — — — — 

Pleurify ■ • 

Poifoncd ■ 

Qiiinfy — — 

Rickets — — — — 

Rifing of the Lights 

Rupture ■ __^-_ 

Scowring — • 

Scurvy — — • 

Smothered and Stifled 

Sores, Ulcers, broken 7 
and bruifed Limbs y 

Spleen ■ 

Spotted Fever and Purples 96 

Starved — — — 

Strangury 

Stopping of the Stomach 

Suddenly - 

Surfeit 



2 
14 

4 

14 

202 

309 

19 

55 

39 

3 

50 

10 



Swine Pox 
Teeth — 
Vomiting 
Wen 



Worms 
Wounded 



2 
12 

202 

37 

417 

3 

8l2 

38 

I 

I02 

7 



f Males — 5616 
Females 5322 
In all — 10938 

Incrcafed in the Barials this Year 
Dccreafed ol' the Plague — 



f Males — 8223 
Females 7619 
In all 15842 



i 



Of the Plague 35 



3104 I Pariflies clear of the Plague 
1963 I PaiilhCs infefted — • 



33 
14 



Hi 



A General 



i66SA 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 17th of December 1667, ^° ^^ ^ad of December 1668. 

According to the Report made to the King's mod excellent MajeftyJ 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. Pla. 

ALHALLOWS Barkln 88 

Alhallows Staining - — 43 

Alhallows the Wall 67 

St Alphage -- 20 

St Andrew Underftiaft — yS 

St Ethelborough — — 37 

St Helen's 4a 

St James Duke's Place — 60 



St Katherine Coleman — • 
St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Magnus Parifh 

St Martin Outwich 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Poor 

St Stephen Colcman-ftrect — 

Chriftened in the fixteen Parifhes (now ftanding) within the Walls 

Buried 796 Plague o 



St Andrew Holborn *— ^ 
St Bartholomew Great — 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 
St Botolph Alderfgate — 

St Botolph Aldgate 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — 
StDunftanWeft 



853 

«7 
48 

217 

861 

420 

164 



St George Southwark 
St Giles Cripplegate - 
St Olave Southwark - 
St Saviour Southwark 
St Sepulchre's Parifli - 
St Thomas Southwark 
Trinity Minories 



Chriflened in the fourteen Parifhes (now ftanding) without the Walls 

Buried 6865 Plague 6 




St Giles in the Fields — - 

St John at Hackney 

St James Clerkenwell 

St Katherine by the Tower 

Lambeth Parilh 

St Leonard Shoreditch 



.1049 
. 83 

■ 339 

■ 265 

" 263 

■ 489 



St Magdalen Bcrmondfey - 

St Mary lllington 

St Mary Newington 

St Mary Whitechapel — - 

Rotherhith Parifh 

Stepney Parifh 



• 5^7 

' 143 

- 287 

• 913 

- 112 

-2061 



Chriflened in the twelve Out Parilhcs in Middlefex and Surrey 4272 
Buried 6j2i 



Plague 8 



St Clement Danes 



520 



St Mary Savoy — — — 88 

St Margaret Weftminfter — — 889 
Whereof at the Peft-houfe 



St Paul Covent Garden — ^— — 177 
St Martin in the Fields — ——1422 

Cliriftened in the five Pariflaes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 2398 

Buried 3096 Plague o 



1668. 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



h 



Bortive and Stillborn 



A 

Ague 

Apoplexy ■ ■ ^-— 

Bedridden ■ - 

Bleeding ■ 

Bloody Flux and Flux — 

Burden — — ■ 

Cancer, Gangrene, and 7 
Fiftula — i 

Canker and Thrufli • 

Childbed 

Chrifomes 

Cold and Cough 
Colick and Wind 



57^ 
863 

21 

20 

4 

5 

86 

I 

47 

93 
271 

4«7 

14 

55 
Confumption and Tiffick 2856 

Convulfion — — 141 7 



Cut of the Stone — — 

Diftrafted — 

Dropfy and Tympany - 

Drowned — ■ — 

Executed — 

Fever 



Flox and Small Pox - 
Found dead in the Streets,&c. 
French Pox - 



I 
6 

948 

68 

12 

1247 

1987 

6 



39 



! Males — 
Females 
In all — 



Frighted 
Gout 



Green Sicknels — 
Grief — - 



7 
I 

12 



Griping in the Guts 2415 

Hang'd and made away 7 

themfclves — y 

Headmouldlhot — — 

Jaundies 

Impofthumc — — 

Infants 



Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

King's Evil — — 

Leprofy -■ — — 

Lethargy ■ ■ ■ ■ 

Livergrown — — ■ 

Lunatick -^— 

Megrims ^^^ 

Meafles ■- 

Mother — — 

Murdered — — 

Overlaid ■ 

Palfy — 

Plague 



16 

I 

7» 
122 

334 
69 

39 
I 

6 

I 

2 

3 

aoo 

3 
10 

59 
19 
*4 

a 



Pleurify ■■ ■ ■ 

Poifoncd — ' ^^ — 

Qiiinfy — 

Rickets • 

Rifing of the Lights • 

Running of the Reins 

Rupture • — 

Scowring 

Scurvy ■ 

Slain - — — 

Sores, Ulcers, broken 7 
and bruifed Limbs 3 ^' 

Spleen • — — — 

Spotted Fever and Purples 

Stone 



^ 

252 

I 

7^ 
I 



Strangury ■■ 

Stopping of the Stomach 

Suddenly ' 

Surfeit — ■ 

Swine Pox — -«- 

Teeth 

Vomiting — — — 

Worms — 

Wounded ' - 



3 

14S 
I 

35 

10 

23a 

48 
43 S 

3 

1077 

95 

IDS 

i 



6073 

5560 

11633 



BURIED 



{Males — 
Females 
In all 



— 9"i7 

les 8167 i 

-- 17278 J 



Of the Plague 14 



Increafed in the Burials this Year 
Decrcafed of the Plague — 



1436 

21 



Pariflies clear of the Plague -» 41 
Parilhes infeftcd ■■ 6 



A General 



1.669., 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 22d of December 1668, to the 21ft of December 1669. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parilh Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. PI, 

St A LBAN Wood-ftreet 4 

■**" Alhallows Barkin 9S 

AJhallows Brcad-ftrcet 

Alhallows Great 



4 

o 
I 

9 

45 
92 

24 
o 
61 
23 
12 
2+ 
o 



Alhallows Honey-lane — 

Alhallows Lefs — 

AJhallows Lombard-ftrcet 

Alhallows Staining 

Alliallows the Wall 

StAlphage 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfliaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

Sc Ann Aiderfgatc 

St Ann Black Friars 

St Antholin's Parifli 

StAuftin's Pari(h 2 

St Bartholomew Exchange 1 3 

9 
I 

II 

o 
o 

34 

5 
o 
6 

3» 
o 



St Bennet Fink — 

St Bennet Graccchiirch — 

St Bennet Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Shcrchog 

St Botoiph Billingfgatc — ■ 

Chrill Church 

SsChriftojihcr — 

•St Clement Eaftcheap — r 
5tDionis Backchurch — r. 

St Diinftan Eaft 

St Edmund Lombard-fir. 

St Ethclborough 

St Faith's 



30 
6 



Bur. PI. 
St Gregory by Paul's — 1 5 

St Helen's 44 

St James Duke's Place — 47 
St James Garlickhithe — 1 

St John Baptill 4 

St John Evangelift o 

St John Zachary 3 

St Kathcrine Coleman — 51 
St Katherine Creechurch So 

St Laurence Jewry 21 

St Laurence Pountney — 2 
St Leonard Eaftchcap — i 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — o 

St Magnus Parifh 18 

St Margaret Lothbury — 13 

o 
o 

4 
10 

9 
1 1 

6 

I 



St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret New Filb-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldcrmanbury — 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary Ic Bow • • — 

St Mary Bothaw 



St Mary Colethurch 

St Mary Hill ■ 

St- Mary Magd. Milk-ftn 
St Mary Mag. Old Fi/h'-ftr. 

St Mary Mounthaw- 

St Mary Somerfct 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch — 
Sc Mary Woolnoth 



?■ 
o 

I 

o 

12 

4 
o 

7 



St Gabriel Fcnchurch — 2 
St George Botolph-lane — i 

Chriftened in the nincty-feven Parifhes within the Walls 571 



St Andrew Holborn 



■977 



St Bartholomew Great — 116 

St Bartholomew Lefs ' 3 1 

St Bride's Parifli 94 

Bridewell Precindt 2 

St Bptulph Alderfgate — 260 



St Botoiph Aldgate 868 

St Botoiph Bidiopfgate — 540 

StDunftanWeft 169 

St George Southwark — 3 1 7 
St Giles Cripplegatc — 1 577 
St Olave Southwark 924 



Bar. PI. 
St Martin Ironmonger lane o 

St Martin Ludgate 7 

St Martin Orgars — — 3 

St Martin Outwich 17 

Sc Martin Vintrey 3 

St Matdiew Friday- ftreet 2 
St Michael Baflifhaw — 5 

St Michael Cornhill 13 

St Michael Crooked-lane 7 
St Michael Qucenhithe — 18' 
St Michael Querne ' j- 

St Michael Royal o 

St Michael Wood-ftreet 2 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet 11 

St Mildred Poultry > 

St Nicholas Aeons 6 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftrcet — 

St Olave Jewry 

St Olave Silver-ftrcet 



St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill 



53' 
4 
o 
o 
I 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 2 

Sr Peter Poor 38 

St Stephen Colemaa-ftreet 109 
St Stephen Walbrook — 4 

St Swithin 8 

St Thomas Apoftle 2 

Trinity Parifh 3 

StVedaft, alias Poller— 13^ 

Buried 1323 Plague o 

St Saviour Southwark — 8591 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 675 

St Thomas Southwark — 62 
Trinity Minories ■ 30 
At the Peft-houfe o 



Chriftened in the fixtecn Parilhes witliout the Walls 4665 Buried 7501 Plague t 



^ 



t66g. 



St Giles in the Fields— -i lOO 
St John at Hackney 140 



jam'bcth Parifh 



-^43 



Rothcrhitl-L Parifh 



St Leonard Shorcditch — 741 
St James Ciarkenwell —446 St Magdalen Bermondfey477 i 
StKatherinebytheTower248 St Mary Idington 225 

Chriftened in the twelre Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 4662 
Buried 7219 Plague 2 



St Mary Ncwington-^ — 2751 
St Mary Whitechapel —loof 



Stepney Parifh 



-2087 



St Clement Danes 750 

St Paul Covent Garden 147 




St Martin in the Fields 1537 
St Mary Savoy — —i^- 104 



St Margaret Weflminfter 865 
At the Pefb-houfe o 



JChriltcned in the five Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Wcftminfler 2404 

Buried 3233. Plague 



o 



In the demolifhed Parifhes to the nth of May i(S6g, 
Chrillcned 33 Buried 106 Plague o 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 517 
A^ed and Bedridden 964 

Ague and Fever — 1499 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 76 

Bleeding 3 

Bloody Flux, Scowring, 

and Flux 

Canccr» Gangrene, and 1 
Fiftula i 



} 



^65 



55 



Canker and Thrufli 
Childbed — 



115 

277 

Chrifomes and Infants — "jss 
Cold and Cough — — 27 
Confumption 2nd TifTick 3162 

Convulfion 1730 

Cut of the Stone and Stone 38 



87. 
62 
1 1 



Dropfy and Tympany — 

Drowned • 

Executed — 

Falling Sicknefs — 2 

F'lox and Small Pox 951 

Found dead in the Streets,&c . i a 



French Pox 

Frets 

Frighted - 



— 51 

— I 

— i 



9 
>3 



Gout and Sciatica 

Grief — 

Griping in the Guts ^43^5 

llang'd and made away 7 
themfelves — \ 

Meadmouldfhot — — 
Jaundies 



20 



Impollhumc • 

Kiil'd by fevcral Accidents 

King's Evil 

Lethargy — — 

Livergrown 

Lunatick 

Megrims ^ ■ 

MeaOes 

Mother 

Murdered 



Overlaid and Starved - 
Palfy ^ — — _ 



5 
63 
117 

72 
45 
4 
5 
7 
4 

15 
2 

4 
54 
16 



Plague — 
Planet — 
Pleurify — 
Poifoned • 
Qiiinfy — 
Rickets — 



Kifing of the Lights 

Rupture — — 

Scurvy 

Sores, Ulcers, broken 

and bruil'ed Limbs 
Spleen 



5 

t 

2 

«^ 

34^? 
22.; 

39 
81 



J 

114 
18 
26S 
446 
2 
Teeth and Worms — — 146 J 

Vomiting i2() 

Wen — 1 

Wind 



Spotted Fever and Purples 

Strangury 

Stopping of the Stomach 

Swine Pox 



59 



i Males *^ 6506 
Females 58 29 
In ail 12335 

Increafed in the Burials this Year 
Decrealed of the Piague 



{Males — 10206 1 
Females 9226 \ Of the Plague 3 
In all — 19432 J 



2154 
II 



Parifhes clear of the Plague •*«» 127 
Parifhes infeftcd — - — - 3 



A General 



1670. 
A General B I L L of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 21ft of December 1669, to the 22d of December 1670 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majeftj. 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. PI. 



•St* A LEAN Wood-ftreet 27 

•** Alhallows Barkin 82 

Alhallows Brtad-ftreet — 16 

Alhallows Great — ■ 19 

Alhallows Honey-lane— i 
Alhallows Lefs — — — 9 
Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 13 

Alhallows Staining ^2 

Alhallows the Wall 94 

St Alphage — 26 

St Andrew Hubbard 1 

St Andrew Underlhaft — 59 

St Andrew Wardrobe 25 

St Ann Aldcrfgate 39 

Sc Ann Black Friars 44 

St Antholin's Parilh 6 

St Auftin's Parifh 6 

St Bartholomew Exchange 23 

St Bennet Fink — 

St Bennet Gracechurch — 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Shcrchog 

St Botolph Billingfgate — 
Chrift Church — ■ » 
St Chriftopher 



St Clement Eaftcheap — 
St Dionis Backchurch — 

St Dunftan Eaft 

St Edmund Lombard- ftr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 



1 1 

12 

22 

5 

3 
59 
4 
I 

«3 
63 
J I 

36 

20 

o 

10 



Bur. PI. 

St Gregory by Paul's - — 23 
St Helen's 



St James Duke's Place — 
St James Garlickhithc — 

St John Baptift — 

St John Evangelift 

St John Zachary 

St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 

St Magnus Parifh 

St Margaret Lothbury — 

St Margaret Moles • 

St Margaret New Fifli-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldermanbury-- 
St Mary Aldermary — - — 

St Mary le Bow — 

St Mary Bothaw 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 
Sc Mary Mag. Old Fifh- ftr. 

St MaryMounthaw 

St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining -^ 

St Mary Woolchurch — 
St Mary Woolnoth 



41 

47 
II 

I 

o 



5^ 
89 
22 



3 
o 

25 

25 

I 

3 

9 
18 

22 

'5 

1 1 

I 

3 
II 



5 
o 

26 

4 
o 

22 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 
St George Botulph-lane- 

Chriftcned in the ninety-leven Parifhcs within the Walls 788 

St Botolph Aldgate 858 



■St Andrew Holborn 1055 

St Bartholomew Great — 104 
St Banholoniew Lei's -— 41 

St Bride's Parilh -179 

Bridewell Precindt 16 



St Botolph Alderfgate — 207 

Chriftened in die fixtecn Parilhcs without the Walls 4718 



St Botolph Biihopfgate — 489 

St Dunftan Weft 256 

St George Southwark — 347 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1607 
St Olave Southwark 981 



Bur. 
St Martin Ironmongcr-lanc x 
St Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 




St Matthew Friday- ftreet 

St Michael BafTifhaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Queenhithe — 

St Michael Queme 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread- ftreet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 



St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry 

St Olave Silver-ftrect — 
St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap — 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor — 

St Stephen Coleman -ftreet no 
St Stephen Walbrook — 9 
St Swithin — 



1 1 

7 
24- 
24 
10 

J4 
24. 
26 

39 
a 

II 

»+ 

24 

9 
13 

5 

62 

II 
o 

2 
4 

39 
4 

24 



St Thomas Apoftle 

Trinity Parilh 

StVedaft, aHasFofter — 



14 
5 
9 

3» 



Buried 1890 Plague a 

St Saviour Southwark — 8 1 5 

St Sepulchre's Parifli 783 

St Thomas Southwark— 44 
Trinity Minories ■ 26 

At the Peft-houfe q 

Buried 7808 Plague O 



I 
I 



I 
I 



i6jo. 



St Giles in the Fields —1236 

St John at Hackney 108 

St James Claikenwell — 398 
Sr Kathehne by theTower262 



St Mary Newington 341 

St Mary Whiicchajjel — 1048 
Rotlicrhith Parifli 119 



Lambeth Parifh 307 

St Leonard Shoreditch — 559 
St Magdalen Bcrmondfcy 4S2 
St Mary Iflington 134 

Chriftened in the t\velve Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 4092 
Buried 68 9 2 Plague o 



Stepney Parifh 1S98 



St Clement Danes 544 

St Paul Covent Garden 169 




St Martin in the Fields 1 733 
St Mary Savoy 104 



St Margaret Wcftminft. 105S 
At the Peft-houfe o 



Chriftened in the five Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Wcftminfter 2399 

Buried 3608 Plague o 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



632 

923 

1729 

76 

4 
1 

142 



ABortive and Stillborn 
Aged and Bedridden 

Ague and Fever 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 

Blafled and Planet 

Bleeding 

Bloody Flux, Scowring, 7 

and Flux — 3 

Burnt and Blown up 

Burilen 

Cancer, Gangrene, and 7 

Fiflula — i 

Canker and Thrulh 

Catarrh 

Childbed 

Chrifbmes and Infants — 

Cold and Cough 

Colick and Wind 

Confumpcion and TifTick 

Convulfion 1 695 

Cut of the Stone and Stone 42 

Dropfy and Tympany 919 

Drowned ■ S2 



54 

1G7 

I 

28S 

746 

39 
100 

3272 



Execmed — — 12 

Falling Sickneis — • 3 

Flox and Small Pox 1465 



P'ound dead in the Streets,&c. 
French Pox 
Frighted - 

Gout 

Grief • 

Griping in the Guts 3690 

Hanged and made away 7 
theml'clves — 3 
Jaundics 



5 

52 

I 

■:" 
I? 



Impollhume — — 

Killed by fcveral Accidents 

King's Evil — — 

Leprofy ■ 

Lethargy — 

Livergrown 

Lunatick 

Mcafles 

Megrims 

Mother 



Murdered — 



13 

106 

136 

94 

44 

I 

5 
12 

4 

5 
I 

II 



Overlaid 
Palfy — 
Plcurify 
Quinfy ■ 
Rickets ■ 



Rifing of the Lights 

Rupture — 

Scalded — 

Scurvy — - 

Smothered 



57 
22 

'4 

346 
169 

'9 

5 

37 
a 



Sores, Ulcers, broken and 7 

bruilcd Limbs — \ 

Spleen — ^— 



Spotted Fever — 

Starved 

Stopping of the Stomach 

Strangury — — 

Surfeit — • 

Swine Pox 

Teeth and Worms 

Vomiting - 

Wolf — 



121 
2 

. 16 

• 524 

I 

■1470 

■ 76 
I 



f Males — 6278 
Females 5719 
In all — 1 1997 



BURIED 



[Males — 
Females 
In all — 



Increafed in the Burials this Year 766 
Decreafed in the Plague this Year 3 



106141 

9584 [ 

2019S J 



Of the 



Plague 



A General 



1671. 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and BurialS; 

From the 2 2d of December 1670, to the 19th of December 1671. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



1 



Bur. PI. 

St A LEAN Wood-ftrctt 25 

-*^ Alhallows Barkin 79 

Alhallows Brcad-ftrcet^ — 17 

Alhallows Great ai 

Alhallows Honey-lane — 

Alhallows Lefs 

Alhallows Lombard-ftrect 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows the Wall 

St Alphagc 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft — 60 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 32 

St Ann Aldcrigate 30 

St Ann Black Friars 64 

St Antholin's Parilh 18 

St Aiiftin's Pari lb 4 

St Bartholomew Exchange 15 



o 
II 

'9 
22 

61 

18 

5 



St Bcnnet Fink — 
St Bennet Gracechiirch — 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf- 
Si Bennet Slicrchog 

St Botolph Billingtgate — 

Chrift Church — 

St Chriltopher — 

St Clement Eatlchcap — 
St Dionis Backchurch — 

St Dimftan Eaft 

St E-dmund Lombard- ftr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 



li 

7 

21 

4 
2 

65 
10 

4 

55 
4 

31 
18 

3 
6 



St Gabriel Fcnchurch — 
St George Botolph-lane— 

Chriflened in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 1038 



Bur. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 32 

St Helen's 29 

St James Duke's Place — 39 
St James Garlickhithe — 20 

St John Baptifl: 6 

St John Evangelift 5 

St John Zachary 2 

St Katherine Coleman — 37 
St Katherine Crecchurch 62 

St Laurence Jewry 19 

St Laurence Pountney — 3 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 5 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — o 

St Magnus Parilh 23 

St Margaret Lothbury — 1 8 

St Margaret Mofcs 2 

St Margaret New Fifh-ftr. 2 

St Margaret Pactons 7 

St Mary AbchurcW 1 7 

StMaryAklermanbury — 26 

iQ 
16 

o 
2 

II 
o 

12 



St Mary Aldermary 
St Mary le Bow — 
St Mary Bothaw — 
Sc Mary Colechurch- 
St Mary Hill 



StMaryMagd. Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Mag. Old Fi(h-ar. 

St Mary Mounthaw 4 

St Mary Someriet — — 18 

St Mary Staining 6 

St Mary Woolchurch — o 

St Mary Woolnoth 20 



St Andrew Holborn 



-8J7 
- 61 



St Bartholomew Great 

St Bartholomew Lcfs — 35 

St Bride's Parifh iSi 

Bridewell Prccind— 16 



Sc Botolph Alderfgate — 165 

Chriftencd in the fixteen PariJhes without the Walls 4715 



St Botolph Aldgate 640 

St Botolph Bifliopfgatc — 331 

StDunftanWcft 185 

St George South wark — 238 

St Giles Cripplcgate 1 1 84 

St Olave Southwark 750 



Bur. 
St Martin Ironmonger-lane 3 



I 



Sc Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintre^- 



St Matthew Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Baflilhaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked- lane 
St Michael Qiieenhithe— 
St Michael Querne ■ 

Sc Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread- ftreet — 

S: Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

Sc Nicholas Coleabby • — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-flrcct 

St Olave Jewry — 

Sc Olave Silvcr-ftrcet - — 
St Pancras Soper-lane - — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's W^harf — 

St Peter Poor 

St Stephen Coleman-llreet 
St Stephen Walbrook — 

St Swithin .— 

Sc Thomas Apoftle 

Trinity Parilh 



St VedafV, alias Fofter- 



'5 

9 
24 

21 

14 
10 

22 

>7 

28 

o 

4 
18 

17 
23 
12 

la 

7 

47 
6 

u 

2 
16 

2 

7 
?'/ 

lO 

24 

o 

4 
2i 



Buried 1723 Plague o 

St Saviour Southwark — 6io 
St Sepulchre's Parilh — 647 
St Thomas Southwark — 47 

Trinity Minories 14 

At the Peft-houfe — — o 

Buried 5938 Plague o 



L. 



St Giles in the Fields —963 

St John a: Hackney 77 

Sc James Clarkenwell — 387 
St Kathcrinc by theToweri 9 1 
Lambeth Parilh 226 



167I. 



St Leonard Shoreditch — 392 
St Magdalen Bermondley365 

St Mary Illington 104 

St Mary Ncwington 192 



Sc Mary Whlrechapel -—-yso 

St Paul Shadwell 281 2 

Rothcrhith Parifh — — 106 2 
Stepney Parifli 1324 



Chriftened in the thirteen Out Parifhes in.Middlefex and Surrey 4242 
Buried 5358 Plague 5 



St Clement Danes 407 

St Paul Covent Garden 132 

Chriftened in the five 



St Martin in the Fields 1252 
St Mary Savoy ■ 75 



St Margaret Weftminfter 844 
At the Peft-houfe o 



I- 

[ A Bortive and Stillborn 600 
j(\. Aged and Bedridden 725 

I Ague and Fever — 1343 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 63 

^ Bleeding 



Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 2515 
Buried 2710 Plague o 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



Bloody Flux, Scowring, 7 
and Flux — i 

Burnt and Scalded 

Burften and Rupture 

Calenture 

Cancer, Gangrene, and 7 
Fiftula — j 

Canker and Thrufti 

Childbed 



86 



3 



Chrifomes and Infants — 

Cold and Cough 

Colick and Wind 



49 

76 
262 
6 



.50 

• 25 

. 84 

2710 

1650 

Cut of the Stone and Stone 44 

Devoured by Lice 1 

Dropfy and Tympany 887 

Drowned 78 



Confumption and TifTick 
Convulfion 



Executed 11 

Falling Sicknefs — 2 

Flox and Small Pox 696 

Found dead in the Streets 17 

French Pox 50 

Gout — II 

Grief 14 

Griping in the Guts -537 

Hanged and made away 7 
themfelves — J 

Head-ach ■ 

Headmouldftiot — 

Jaundies 



10 



Impofthume 

Kill'd by feveral Accidents 
King's Evil ■ 

Lunaticic and Diftrafted — 

Meafles 

Megrims — «— — 

Mother 

Murdered — 

Overlaid 



2 

2 

80 

102 

62 

43 

3 
6 

7 

3 
I 

12 

53 



Palfy ^ _ 

Plague ^— — ^ ■ — — 

Planet — — — — 

Pleurify -^— . 

Quinfy — — — 

Rickets — — 

Riling of the Lights 

Scurvy — — 

Smothered 

Sores, Ulcers, broken'7 
and bruifed Limbs y 

Spleen 

Spotted Fever — 

Stabbed 



Starved — — 
Stopping of the 

Strangury 

Surfeit 

Swine Pox 



Stomach 



Teeth and Worms — 



Vomiting 



Wen 



3 
2 

16 

17 

265 

169 

5» 
4 

73 

6 

77 
I 

3 

323 

13 

457 

2 

1079 

52 
2 



("Males — 6449 

christened] Females 6061 

tin all — 12510 



{Males — 8475") 
Females 7254 [ Of the Plague 
In all ■ 1 5729 J 



Decreafed in the Burials tlus Year 4469 I Parifhes clear of the Plague — 128 
Increafed of the Plague — 5 | Parifties infeded — — 3 



la 



A General 



1672. 



A General B I L L of all the Chriftenlngs and Burials, 

From the 19th of December 1671, to the 17th of December 1672. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 




Bar. PI. 
St A LBAN Wood-ftrcet34 
-^*- Alhallows Barkin «r 
Alhallows Bread-fticet — 

Alhallows Great 

Alhallows Honey-lane 
Alhallows Lcfs — — 



— 26 

— o 



Alhallows Lombard-ftrcet 2 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows the Wall 

St Alphage — 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Undcrfhaft — 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann Aldcrfgate 

St Ann Black Friars 

St Antholin's Parilh 

St Aiiftin's Parifh 



i 
3i 
65 
41 
18 
68 

34 

34 

67 

15 
8 

St B.irtholomcw Exchange 29 

St Btnnct Fink — 15 

St Bcnnet Gracechurch — 13 

Sc Bennet Paul's Wharfs — 2 7 

Sc Bennet Shcrehog ^ 

St Botdlph Billinglgatc — 16 

76 

14 

9 
22 

89 

'5 

25 

22 

6 

6 



Chrift Church — 
St Chrillophcr 



St Clement Eaflcheap — 
St Dionis Backchurch — 

St Dunllan Fall 

St Edmund Lombard-ftr. 

St Ethclborough 

St Faith's 

St Gabriel Fenchurch — 



Bur. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 40 

St Helen's 34 

St James Duke's Place — 48 
S: James Garlickhithe — 34 
St John Baptift — 
St John Evangclift 
St John Zachary 



St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Foller-lane — 
St Magnus Parifh 



14 

4 

10 

37 
65 
46 

9 
1 1 

14 

36 

St Margaret Lothbury — 24 

2 

o 

6 

20 

28 

16 

I 

3 
21 

2 

10 
6 

27 

5 
o 



St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret New Fifli-Ilr. 

St Margaret Patrons 

St Mary Abcluirch 

St Mary Aldermanbury-- 

St Mary Aldermarj- 

St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bothaw 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill 

S: Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 
St MaryMag.Old Filh-ftr, 

St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somerl'et 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch — 
St Mary VVoolnoth 



St George Botolph-lane- 

Chriftened in the nincty-fevcn Parifhes within the Walls 1327 

St Botolph Aldgate ^723 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — 420 

Chrift Church — tig 

St Dunftan Weft 204 



St Andrew Holborn 944 

St Bartholomew Great — 79 
St Bartholomew Lefs — ^4 

St Bride's Parilh —203 

Bridewell Precindl 1 1 



St Botolph Alderlgate — 21 3 

Chrtftcned in the fevcnteen Parilhes without the Walls 4655 



St George Southwark — 288 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1299 



Bur. PI. 

St Martin Ironmonger-Ianc 7 



Sr Martin Ludgate 
Sc Martin Orgars — 
Sc Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrcy- 



15 

12 
12 

18 

15 

31 
18 



St Michael Qiierne 
St Michael Royal— 



St Matthew Friday-ftrect 

Sc Michael BafTifliaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Queenhithe — 35 

o 

5 
15 

12 

25 
12 

2 

24 

58 
12 
12 

4 
o 

32 
I 

28 



St Michael Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread-ftrect — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 



St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-flrcet 

Sc Olave Jewry — 

St Olave Silvcr-ftreet 

St Pancras Sopcr-lane — 

St Peter Cheap — 

Sr Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 
St Peter Poor 



Plague 



4 
d 



St Stephen Colcman-ftrceti 13 
St Stephen Walbrook — 13 

St Swithin 28 

St Thomas Apoftle I 

Trinity Parifti 3 

St Vcdart, alias Fofter — 49 



Buried 2237 

St Olave Southwark 864 

St Saviour Southwark — 606 

St Sepulchre's Parilh 685 

St Thomas Southwark — 80 

Trinity Minories 27 

At the Pcft-houfe — — o 
Buried 6790 Plague 2 




1672. 



St Giles in the Fields — 1 147 

St John at Hackney 99 

St James Clarkenwell — 393 
St Katherine by the Tower 169 
Lambeth Parilh 249 



li Lambci 

r St Clement Danes 490 

St Paul Covent Garden 139 



St Leonard Shoreditch — 4x3 
St Magdalen Bermondrey440 

St Mary Iflington no 

St Mary Newington 220 



St Mary WKitechapcl — 808 

St Paul Shadwell 453 

Rotherhith Parifh 98 

Stepney Parifli 1531 



Chriftened in the tliirteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 4214 
Buried 6140 Plague 3 



St Martin in the Fields 1505 
St Mary Savoy 74 



St Margaret We(bninfter855 
Whereof at the Peft-houfc o 



Chriftened in the five Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 2367 

Buried ^06^ Plague o 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 580 
Aged and Bedridden 9 1 2 
Ague and Fever 161 5 



Apoplexy-and Suddenly - 
Bleeding 



Bloody Flux, Scowring, 7 
and Flux — 3 

Burnt and Blown up 

Burlten and Rupture 

Calenture and Megrims — 
Cancer, Gangrene, and 7 
Fiftula — i 

Canker and Thrulh 

Childbed 

Choaked 



65 
I 

127 

10 

23 

4 

57 

y6 

265 

I 



Chrifomes and Infants 599 



Cold and Cough 48 

Colick and Wind 99 

Confumption and Tiffick 3165 

Convulfion — — '9^5 

Devoured by Lice i 

Diftrafled and Lunatick — 9 
Dropfy and Tympany — 971 



Drowned — — 
Executed 



Falling Sicknefs — 
Flox and Small Pox 



74 
9 
3 
1 1 16 
Found dead in the Streets,&c, 9 

French Pox 64 

Frighted 2 

Gout and Sciatica — — 24 

Grief — 12 

Griping in the Guts 2645 



Hang'd and made away 7 

themfelves — j 

Headmouldfhot — —— 

Jaundit-s 

Impofthumc — — ■ 
Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

King's Evil — — 

Lethargy • 

Livcrgrown — — 

Meafles 

Murdered — — 

Overlaid ■ 

Palfy — 



iS 



99 
106 

71 

43 
6 

II 

118 

6 

56 
21 



Plague - 5 

Pleurify — 16 

Poifoned — -•— 5 

Qiiinfy — 14 

Rickets 325 

Rifing of the Lights 163 

Scalded 3 

Scald Head i 

Scurvy 



} 



Smothered and Stifled 

Sores, Ulcers, broken 
and bruifed Limbs 

Spleen — — 

Spotted Fever and Purples 1 1 2 

Starved — — — i 

Stone and Strangury 59 

Stopping of the Stomach 400 

Surfeit 

lecth 

\'oniiting - 
Worms — 



472 



Wounded and Shot 



[Males — 6443 
Females 6120 
In all — 12563 

Increafed in the Burials this Year 
Incrcafed in the Plague this Year 



("Males — 95607 
BURIED \ Females b'670 [Of the Plague 



2501 
o 



tin all — 18230J 

Parifhes clear of the Plague 
Parifhes infefted — 



127 
5 



A General 



1673. 

A General BILL of all the Chriftenlngs and BurialE7 

From the 17th of December 1672, to the i6th of December 1673. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. PI. 
St A LB AN Wood-ftreeC26 

■**• Alhallows Barkin 
Alhallows Bread-ftreet — 
Aihallows Great 



95 
28 

42 
o 
16 
Alhallows Lombard-ftreetji 



Alhallows Honey-lane 
Alhallows Lefs 



Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows the Wall 

St Alphage 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Under (haft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Alderfgate 

St Ann Black Friars 

St Antholin's Parifli 

St Audin's Parilb 



36 
«o 

3» 
'4 

53 
28 
29 

87 

»7 
10 



St Bardiolomew Exchange 14 

St Bennet Fink — 

St Bennet Gracechurch — 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf— 
St Bennet Sherehog 



St Botolph Billingfgate — 

Chrift Church — 

St Chriftopher — 

*>t Clement Eaflcheap — 
St Dion is Backchurch — 
St Dunftan Eaft 



St Edmund Lombard-llr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 



St Gabriel Fcnchurch - 
St George Botolph-lane- 



15 

»7 
29 

4 
10 

86 

9 

7 

'7 
81 

»5 

23 

30 
5 
4 



Bur. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 44 

St Helen's 41 

St James Duke's Place — 32 



St James Garlickhithe 

St John Baptift 

St John Evangelift 

St John Zachary 

St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 
St Laurence Jewry 



22 

13 
I 

14 

43 
60 

39 
St Laurence Pountney — 12 

St Leonard Eaftcheap — 13 

St Leonard Fofter-lane — 1 1 

St Magnus Parifh 31 

St Margaret Lothbury — 25 

St Margaret Mofcs 1 

St Margaret New FiJh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldermanbury — 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bothaw 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 

St Mary Mag. Old Fifh-ftr. 

St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Soraerfet — — i6 

St Mary Staining 1 1 

St Mary Woolchurch — o 

St Mary Woolnoth ■ 29 



o 
1 1 

27 
36 
23 

'7 
o 

5 
22 

3 

'9 
I 



Chriftened in the ninety-fcven Parifltes within the Walls 1419 



St Andrew Holborn 876 

St Bartholomew Great — 66 

St Bartholomew Lefs ^5 

St Bride's Parifh 228 

Bridewell Precind; 16 

St Botolph Alderfgate — 190 



St Botolph Aldgate — 
St Botolph Bifhopfgate- 
Chrift Church — — 
St Dunftan Weft 



685 

360 

— — 100 

216 

St George Southwark — 245 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1 22S 



Bur. PL 
St Martin Ironmonger-lane 2 



St Martin Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey — — 
St Matthew Friday-ftreet 
St Michael Bamfliaw — 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Queenhithe — 

St Michael Querne 

St Michael Royal • 

St Michael Wood-flrect 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 



Chriftcned in the feventeen Parifhes without the Walls 4236 



30 
iS 

23 
29 

»9 

22 

28 

23 

28 

o 
6 

14 

>3 

30 
12 

10 

8 

i7 
14 
24 

9 

4 

36 

6 

30 

St Stephen Coleman-ftreet 1 10 
St Stephen Walbrook — 10 

St Swithin 18 

St Thomas Apoftle 18 

Trinity Parilh 7 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter — 48 

Buried 2307 Plague o 

St Olave Southwark 786 

St Saviour Southwark — 586 1 

St Sepulchre's Parifti 616 

St Thomas Southwark — 53 

Trinity Minories ■ 20 

At the Peft-houfe o 

Buried 6306 Plague 4 



St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry — — — 
St Olave Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 
St Peter Poor 



I 



* 



1^73- 



Jt^ilcs in the Fields— 1039 

St John at Hackney 75 

St James Clarkenwell — 326 
St Katherine by the Tower 1 8 1 
Lambeth Parifli 233 



St Leonard Shoreditch— 395 
St Magdalen Bermondrey442 

St Mary IQington loi 

St Mary Newington 197 



St Mary Whitechapel —723 

St Paul Shadwell 420 

Rotherhith Parifh 166 

Stepney Parilh 1409 



Chriflened in the thirteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 3909 
Buried 5707 Plague i 



St Clement Danes — —434 
St Paul Covent Garden 159 




St Martin in the Fields 1523 
St Mary Savoy ■ - ■ ■■ ■ 83 



St Margaret Weftminfter 98*^ 
At the Pert-houfe o 



Chriftcned in the five Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Wcftminfter 2331 

Buried 31 84 Plague o 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 616 
Aged and Bedridden 866 

Ague and Fever — 1804 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 84 
Bleeding 



Scowring, 



Bloody Flux, 

and Flux 
Burnt and Scalded — — 

Burften and Rupture 

Calenture 

Cancer, Canker and Wolf 
Childbed 



70 

8 

36 

3 

3« 

224 

493 



87 



Chrifomcs and Infants 

Colick and Wind — 

Cold and Cough — — 31 
Confumption and Tiffick 3320 

Convulfion 1761 

Cut of the Stone and Stone 65 
Diftradbed and Lunatick — 7 
Dropfy and Tympany — 900 

Drowned 153 

Executed — 31 

Falling Sicknefs — — — 2 



Flox and Small Pox 853 

Found dead in the Streets,&c. 
French Pox 



Gangrene and Fiftula- 

Gout 

Grief — - 



4 
48 

»7 
22 

12 

Griping in the Guts 2624 

ilang'd and made away 7 

themfelvcs — y 

Head-ach 

Jaundics 



13 



Impolthume 

Kill'd by fevcral Accidents 

King's Evil 

Lethargy — — 

Livcrgrown 

MeaQes — 

Mother 

Murdered 

Overlaid 

Palfy — 

Plague • — 

Planet 



75 
102 

72 

60 

3 

>5 

15 
2 

J4 

53 
^4 

5 
I 



Pleurify — 

Poifoned 

QiLiinfy and Thrulh 

Rickets — 

Rifing of the Lights 
Scurvy 



1 1 

2 
64 

339 

>33 

53 
6 

49 



Smothered and Stifled 

Sores, Ulcers, broken 7 
and bruiled Limbs 3 

Spleen 3 

Spotted Fever and Purples 144 

St Anthony's Fire 5 

Starved . i 

Stopping of the Stomach 

Strangury 

Surfeit 

Swine Pox 

Teeth 

Vomiting 

Wen — 

Worms 

Wounded and Shot 




i Males — 6073 
Females 5822 
In all >i895 

Dccreafed in the Burials this Year 
Increafed in the Plague 



f Males — 
Females 
In all — 



o 



93027 

8202 } Of the Plague 5 



17504 






72^ I Parifhes clear of the Plague 
PariJhes infefted — 



127 
5 



A General 




1674. 

A General BILL of all the Chriftenlngs and Burials, 

From the 16th of December 1673, to the 15th of December 1674 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty^ 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



J 



Bur. PI. 

St A LB AN Wood-ftrcet 40 

**^ Alhallows Barkin 116 

Alhallows Ercad-ftreet — 24 

Alhallows Great - 1 

Alhallows Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows Lefs 12 

Alhallows Lombard-ftrcct 23 

Alhallows Staining 25 

Alhallows the Wall 70 

St Alphage — 35 

St Andrew Hubbard 21 

St Andrew Underfhaft — 66 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 43 

St Ann Aldcrfgate 42 

St Ann Black Friars 115 

St Antholin's Parifh 20 

St Auftin's Parifh 10 

St Bartholomew Exchange 20 

_ iS 

10 

37 

4 
12 
82 
18 
1 1 
28 
81 
24 

30 
26 

6 

8 



St Bennet Fink — 

St Bennet Gracechurch — 

St Bennet Paul's Wharf — 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph Billingigate — 
Chrift Church 



St Chriftopher — 

St Clement Eaftcheap — 
St Dionis Backchurch — 

St Dunftan Eaft 

St Edmund Lombard- ftr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 



Bur. PI, 
St Gregory by St Paul's y^ 

St Helen's 42 

St James Duke's Place — 42 
St James Garlickhithe — 27 

St John B.iptift — 16 

St John Evangelift 3 

St John Zachary 



St Kathcrine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Follcr-lane — 

St Magnus Parifh 

St Margaret Lothbury — 46 



20 
52 
89 
41 
36 
25 
23 
45 



St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret New Fifh-ftr. 

St Margaret Patrons 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldermanbury-- 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bothaw 

St Mary Colechurch - - — 

St Mary Hill 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Mag. Old Filh-ftr. 1 7 
St Mary Mounthaw 
St Mary Somerfcr — 
St Mary Staining 



5 

o 

21 

4« 

3» 

31 

26 

5 
7 

27 

2 



St Mary Woolchurch — 
St Mary Woolnoth — ■ 



4 
36 
13 

3 
37 



Bur. PI. 



St Martin Ironmonger-lane 7 fl 



St Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Ourwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 



St Matthew Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BalTifhaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Queenhithe — 

St Michael Quernc 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wooil-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry 

St Olave Silvcr-ftreet — 
St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap — 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor — 

St Stephen Coleman-ftreet 1 07 
St Stephen Walbrook — 20 

St Swithin 36 

St Thomas Apoftle 23 

Trinity Parifh ■ 1 

St Vedafl, alias Foftcr — 44 



+5 

21 

'4 
36 
'7 

21 

4.0 
22 

50 

I 

»5 
»4 
12 

20 

I 2 
16 

»4 
45 
»5 
30 
21 



27 

Z' 

32 



I 
I 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 
St George Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven PariOies within the Walls 1560 Buried 2801 Plague o 



St Andrew Holborn 1036 

St Bartholomew Great — 83 
St Bartholomew Lcfs — 49 

St Bride's Parilh -365 

Bridewell Precindb 26 

St Botolph Alderfgate — 197 



St Botolph Aldgate 875 

St Botolph Bilhopfgate — 412 

St Dunftan Weft 295 

St George Southwark — 339 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1330 3 
St Olave Southwark 966 



St Saviour Southwark — 7 1 7 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 721 

St Thomas Southwark — 96 
Trinity Minories ■ 18 
At the Peft-houfe o 



Chriftcned in the fixteen Pariihes without the Walls 3873 Buried 7525 Plague 



1 6 74- 



I 



Chrift Church — 162 

St Giles in the Fields — 1359 

St John at Hackney 80 

St J;imes Clarkenwell — 406 
St Kathcriae by theTowtri 78 

Chriftcned in the 

St Clement Danes 538 

St Paul Covent Garden 1S7 

Chriftened in the five 



St Mary Whitccnapcl — 92 1 
St Paul ShadsvcU 451 



Lambeth Parifh 279 

St Leonard Shoreditch — 514 
St Magdalen Bermondfey 5 1 9 

St Mary Iflington 112 

St Mary Newington 238 

fourteen Out Parifhes in Middlcfex and Surrey 409 1 
Buried 7017 Plague o 



Rothcrhith Parifh 124 

Stepney Parifli '675 



St Martin in the Fields 1949 
St Mary Savoy 99 



St Margaret Wcftminft. 1085 
At the Peft-houle a 



Parirties in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 2327 
Buried 3858 I'lague o 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A' 



Bortlve and Stillborn g6g 
Aged and Bedridden 1032 

Ague and Fever 2 1 64 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — loi 

Blafted and Planet 

Bleeding 



Bloody Flux, Scowring, 7 
and Flux — j 

Burnt and Scalded — — 

Burften and Rupture 

Cancer and Canker ■ ■' 

Childbed 

Chrifomes and Infants — 
Cold and Cough — — ' ■" 
Colick and Wind 



Confumption and Tiflick 
Convulfwn 2256 



3 
I 

188 

3 
54 

39 
217 

5+' 
21 

133 
37S5 



Cramp ■ 1 

Cut of the Stone and Stone 60 

Dropfy and Tympany 912 

Drowned - " 83 

Executed — — 17 



Flox and Small Pox 2507 



Found dead in the Streets,&c. 
French Pox — — 



Gangrene and Fiftula- 
Gout — — -~- — 
Grief 



Griping in the Guts 

Hanged and made away? 
themfelves — 3 

Head-ach 

Headmouldfliot ■ 

Jaundies — • 

Impofthume — 



Killed by feveral Accidents 

King's Evil — — ■ 

Lethargy — ■ — — 

Livergrown 

MeaQes ■ 

Megrims 

Murdered 



Noli me tangere 

Overlaid 

Palfy 



7 

5' 

39 
12 

23 
1777 

18 

2 

I 

84 

104 

59 

77 
29 

39 

795 

6 

14 

I 

68 

ID 



Plague — ■ " ■ ■ 

Pleurify — — 

Quinfy and Thrufh — 
Rickets 



ken and 7 



3 

9 

54 

497 

178 

r 

70 

6 

55 



Rifing of the Lights 

Sciatica • ■ — 

Scurvy — - 

Smothered and Suffocated 
Sores, Ulcers, broken and 
bruifed Limbs 

Spleen 

Spotted Fever and Purples 285 

St Anthony's Fire 6 

Starved at Nurfe ■ i 

Stopping of the Stomach 376 

Strangury — 13 

Surfeit — 391 

Swine Pox 3 

Teeth — — — — 1265 

Vomiting • 1 1 

Worms g^ 

Wounded ■ ^ 



f Males — 6113 
Females 5738 
In all — 11851 

Increafed in the Burials this Year 
Decreafed in the Plague — 



[Males — 1 1005 "7 
Females 10196 [of the Plague 
In all — 21201 J 



3697 
2 



I 



Parilhes clear of the Plague — 
Parishes infefted ■ ■ 



J31 
I 



K 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 15th of December 1674, tp the 14th of December 1675. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, 6cc. 



I 



Bur. PI 

St A LEAN Wood-ftreet 38 

•**• Alhallows Barkin 109 

Alhallows Bread-llrcet — 18 

AlhalJ&ws Great 43 

Alhallows Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows Lefs 1 1 

AlhallowsLombard-ftreet 23 

Alhallows Staining 41 

Alhallows the Wall 62 

St Alphage 31 

St Andrew Hubbard 16 

St Andrew Underlhaft — 39 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 27 

St Ann Alderfgate r- 29 

St Ann Black friars y^ 

St Antholin's Parifli 2 2 

St Auftin's Parifh 10 

St Bartholomew Exchange 1 9 
St Bennet Fink — — 



St Bennet Gracechurch — 
St Bennet Paul's Wharl— 

St Bennet Shcrchog 

StBotolph Billinglgate — 

Chrill Church — 

St Chriftopher — 



St Clement Eaftclieap — 
St Dionis Backchurch ^— 

St Dunftan Eall 

St Edmund Lombaid-llr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 



16 

^3 
36 
4 
21 
80 
20 
10 

35 
73 
iS 

22 

29 
14 



S( Gabriel Fenchurch 

St George Borolph-lane — 1 2 

Chriftcned in die nincty-feven Parifhes within the Walls 1650 



Bur. PI 
St Gregory by St Paul's 62 

St Helen's 39 

St James Duke's Place — 38 
St James Garlickhithe — 28 

St John Baptift — 1 3 

St John Evangelift 5 

St John Zachary 1 2 

St Katherine Coleman — 34 
St Katherine Creechurch y6 

St Laurence Jewry 69 

St Laurence Pountney — 28 
St Leonard Ealkheap — 1 2 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 22 

St Magnus Parilh 3 1 

St Margaret Lothbury — 27 

St Margaret Mofes 5 

St Margaret New Filh- llr. o 

St Margaret Pattons 15 

St Mary Abchurch 30 

St Mary AJdermanbury — 32 

St Mary Aldermary 37 

St Mary le Bow « 25 

St Mary Botbaw — — 1 

St Mary Colechurch 3 

St Mary Hill — 27 

St Mary Magd. MUk-ftr. 2 
St MaryMag.OJdFiih-ftr. 22 

St Mary Mounthaw 6 

St Mary 5omcrl"et — — 29 
St Mary Staining ■ ■ - ■■■■ 8 
St Mary Woolchurch — o 
St Mary Woolnoth 39 



St Andrew Holborn ——832 
St Bartholomew Great — 74 
St Bartholomew Let's — 28 
St Bride's Parifh — ■■ ■ 303 

Bridewell Precinft 25 

St Botolph Alderfgate — 171 



St Botolph Aldgatc -664 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — 354 
St Dunftan Wen . 251 
St George Southwark — 277 
St Giles Cripplegatc — 1 145 
St Olavc Southwark 644 



Bur. PL 



St Martin Ironmongcr-lanc 9 
St Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 



St Matthew Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BafTilhuw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked- lane 
St Michael Queenhithe — 
St Michael Querne ■ 

St Michael Royal- 



St Michael Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread-ftrect — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons > 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 
St Nicholas Qlave- ■ 

St Olave Hart-ftrect 

St Olavc Jewry — 

St Olavc Silver-ftrcet 

St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 
St Peter Poor — ■ 



33 
29 

1 1 

43 
as 
»9 
30 
23 
3« 

3 

16 

22 
JO 

a6 

M 
II 

»3 

48 

'7 
30 

4 

2 

3« 
9 
3a 



St Stephen Cokman-ftreetioo 
St Stephen Walbrook — 1 3 
St Swithin 



St 'I'bomas Apoftle — — 

Trinity Parifh — 

StVedaft, alias Fofter — 



32 

4 
48 



I 



Buried 2555 f laguc o 

St Saviour Southwark — 5 1 1 
St Sepulchre's Parifh — 629 
St Thomas Southwark — 56 
Trinity Minories ■ a a 
At the Peft-houfe o 



Chriftcned in the fixteen Parifhes without the Walls 3903 Buried 5986 Plague o 



b 



Chrift Church — ——109 
Sc Giles in the Fields — 977 
St John at Hackney— — 112 
St James Clarkenwell — 324 
St Katberinc by theTower 1 65 

ChrilUoed in the 



^67 Si 

Lambeth Parifh — 



^37 

St Leonard Shoredirch — 456 

St Magdalen Berraondley382 

St Mary inington 91 

St Mary Newington 2 1 2 

fourteen Out Parifties in Middlefex and Surrey 3846 
Buried 5677 Plague i 



St Mary Whitechapel —746 

St Paul Shadwell 380 

Rotherhith Parifh — — 128 
Stepney Pari(h 1358 I 



St Clement Danes 455 

St Paul Covent Garden 1 56 




St Martin in the Fields 1475 
Sc Mary Savoy 63 



Sc Margaret We(lminftcr877 
At the Peft-houfe o 



Chriftcned in the five PariQies in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 2376 

Buried 3026 Plague o 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 712 
Aged and Bedridden 1014 

Ague and Fever — 2154 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 86 

Blafted and Planet 2 

Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 
and Flux — j 
Burnt and Scalded 



108 



9 

3+ 

50 

284 

400 

13 
120 

3148 
1961 
Dirtradted and Lunatick — • 1 2 



Burften and Rupture 

Cancer and Canker 

Childbed 

Chrifomcs and Infants — 

Cold and Cough ■ 

Colick and Wind 

Confumption and TilTick 
Convulfion 



Dropfy and Tym^wny 

Drowned 

Executed • 

Flox and Small Pox 



F'ound dead in the Streets 
French Pox - 



^55 

57 
iS 

997 

8 

75 



Gangrene and Fiftula 26 

Gout — 15 

Grief 15 



»9 



Griping in the Guts 2083 

Hanged and made away 7 
themfelves — J 

Headmouldfhot — • • 

Hiccough . • 

Jaundies ■ - ■ 

Jawfallen 

Impoflhume 

Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

King's Evil 

Lethargy — 

Livergrown — 

Meafles — 



Megrims — 



Murdered 
Overlaid 
Pally — 
Plague — 
Pleurify • 
Poifoned 



BURIED ] Females 

(.In all 1 7244 i 

Decreafed in the Burials this Year 3957 j Parifhes clear of the Plague — 
Decrealed in the Plague — 2 j Parifhes infcfted — — 



I French 1^ 

^^ r Males — 6058 

christened] Females 5717 

I Unall— 11775 

H Dec 

■ Deci 



10 

73 
2 

107 

67 
60 

50 

27 
I 

5 

15 

83 
16 

I 

30 
4 



Quinfy and Thrufli 
Rickets — — - 



— (J4. 

— 488 

Rifing of the Lights 172 

Sciatica i 

Scurvy — - 

Shot . 



Smothered 

Sores, Ulcers, and briiifed 

Limbs 
Spleen 
Spotted Fever 



and briiifed 7 



43 
4 
3 



5i 



St Anthony's Fire 
Starved — — - 

Scone — 

Scopping of the Stomach 308 



3 

H3 

5 

2 

48 



Strangury 
Surfeit - 
Swine Pox 
Teeth — 
Vomiting 
Worms — 
Wounded 



'7 

283 

I 

910 

24 
44. 

X 



f Males — 89347 

8310 [of the Plague 



I3» 



K 2 



A General 



1676. 
A General BILL of all the Chrlftenings and Burials, 

From the 14th of December 1675, to the 19th of December 1676. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty 
By tlie Company of Parilh Clerks of London, &c. 




Bur. PI. 

St A LEAN Wood-fl:reet35 
-*^ Alhallows Barkin 94. 
Alhallows Brcad-ftrcct — 19 
Alhallows Great -- ■ -— 52 
Alhallows Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows Lcfs — 1 1 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 27 

Alhallows Staining 38 

Alhallows the Wall .77 

St Alphage — 40 

Si Andrew Hubbard 10 

St Andrew Underfliaft — 43 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 48 

St Ann Alderfgate 25 

St Ann Black Friars 83 

St Antholin's Panlh 20 

St Auftin's Parifh 10 

St Bartholomew Exchange 25 

St Bennet Fink 29 

St Bennet Gracechurch — 16 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf— 3 1 

St Bennet Sherehog 6 

St Botolph Billingfgate — 10 

Chrift Church — gi 

St Chriftopher — 25 

St Clement Eaftcheap — 9 
St Dionis Backcluirch — ^6 

St Dunftan Eall y^ 

St Edmund Lombard-Ilr. 2 1 

St Ethelborough 1 8 

St Faith's 26 



St Gregory by St Paul's 
St Helen's 



St James Duke's Place — 
St JameS Garlickhithe — 

St John Baptift 

St John Evangelift 

St John Zachary 



Bur. PI. 

67 
36 

24 

41 

7 
16 



St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Foftcr-Iane^ 

Sc Magnus Parilh 

St Margaret Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofcs ■ 

St Margaret New Fifh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldermanbury — 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bothaw 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill 



St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 
St MaryMag.OldFifli-ftr. 

St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining' 

St Mary Woolchurch — 
St Mary Woolnoth 



40 

74 
70 

23 
8 

32 

59 
46 

4 

3 

9 

33 
29 

29 

27 
I 

7 

23 

I 

30 
6 

22 

10 

6 

26 



Bur. PI. 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane i o 



St Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 



St Matthew Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BafllOiaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Qiieenhithe — 

St Michael Querne 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-ftreet— 

St Mildred Bread-ftrcet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons ■ 



St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry 

St Olave Silvcr-ftrcet 

St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor 

St Stephen Coleman-ftrect 96 
St Stephen Walbrook — 21 

St Swithin 41 

St Thomas Apoftle 22 

Trinity Parilh i 

StVeaafl;, alias Fofter — 48 



34 
30 

22 

46 
26 
24 
29 

3« 

46 
2 

12 
29 
II 
28 
14 

*7 
1 1 

48 
20 

32 
13 

2 
29 
12 
30 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — • 21 
Sc George Botolph-lane — 9 

Chriftened in the nincty-fevenParifhes within the Walls 1754 Buried 2756 Plague o 



St Andrew Holborn • 



-918 



St Bartholomew Great — 76 
St Bartholomew Lels — 29 

St Bride's Parilh 335 

Bridewell Precinft 22 

St Botolph Alderfgate — 178 



St Botolph Aldgate 723 

Sc Botolph Bifhopfgate — 387 

St Dunftan Weft 274 

St George Southwark — 328 
Sc Giles Cripplcgate — 1239 
St Olave Southwark 711 



Sc Saviour Southwark — 520 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 673 

St Thomas Southwark — 69 

Trinity Minories 26 

At the Peft-houfe o 



Chriftened in the fixtcen Parilhes without the Walls 4239 Buried 6508 Plague o 



1676 



/' 



Chrift Church -— — 108 
St Giles in the Fields —1070 
St John at Hackney ■ 74 
St James Clarkenwell — 329 
St Katherioc by the Tower 165 



Lambeth Parifh 



•iSi 



St Leonard Shoreditch— 444 
St Magdalen Bermondfey4oS 

St Mary Iflington x 1 1 

St Mary Newingron 242 



Sf Mary Wttkechapcl — S49 
St Paul Shadwell - . 414 

Rothcrhith Parifh 139 1 

Stepney Parilh 1541 t 



Chriftencd in the fourteen Out Parilhes in Middlcfex and Surrey 3864 
Buried 6147 Plague 2 



St Clement Danes — —425 
St Paul Covent Garden 141 



St Martin in the Fields 1825; 
St Mary Savoy - 61 



St Margaret WeftminftcrS68 
Whereof at the Peft-houfc o 



Chriftened in the five Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 2542 

Buried 3321 Plague o 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortivc and Stillborn 679 
Aged and Bedridden 100 7 

Ague and Fever 21 12 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 84 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 g 
and Flux — y ^ 

Burnt and Blown up 1 3 

Burften and Rupture 35 

Calenture 2 

Cancer, Canker, and Wolf 42 

Childbed 258 

Chrifomes and Infants — ^H^ 

Cold and Cough 8 

Colick and Wind 1 26 

Confumption and TifTick 3223 
Convulfion and Mother — 2363 
Cut of the Stone and Stone 66 
Diftrafbed and Lunatick — 8 
Dropfy and Tympany — 675 

Drowned — 83 

Evil 53 

Executed 17 

Flox and Small Pox 359 



Found dead in the Streets,&:c. 

French Pox 

Frighted — 

Gout 

Gangrene and Fiflula 

Grief — 



Griping in the Guts 3321 

Hang'd and made away 7 

themfelves — 3 ' 

Headmouldlhot — ■ 8 

Jaundies 72 

Impofthume — — 108 

Kill'd by feveral Accidents 67 

Leprofy — — i 

Lethargy 80 

Livergrown — — 29 

Meades • 83 

Megrims i 

Murdered — — 14 

Overlaid - ■ 84 

Palfy — 23 

Plague ■ 2 

Planet -^— 1 



Pleurify 

Poifoned — — 

Qiiinfy and Thrufh 

Rickets 

Rifing of the Lights 

Scalded 

Scowring •— — — ■ 

Scurvy • • 

Shot 

Smothered and Stifled 

Sores, Ulcers, broken 7 
and bruifed Limbs y 

Spleen — 

Spotted Fever and Purples 

St Anthony's Fire 

Stopping of the Stomach 

Strangury 

Surfeit — 

Swine Pox — — 

Teeth ^ 1 



Vomiting — — 
Worms — ^— 



! Males — 6552 
Females 5847 
In all — 12399 

Increafed in the Burials this Year 
Increafed in the Plague this Year 



BURIED 



1488 
I 



^ Males — 9734') 

899 8 [of the Plague 



i Females 
In all 



1S732J 



Parifhes clear of the Plague 
Parilhes infedlcd — 



A General 



i677- 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 19th of December 1676, to the i8th of December 1677. 
According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefl:y,^B 



By the Company of Pariih Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur, PI. 
St A LBAN Wood-ftreet27 
•^ Alhallows Barkin 78 
Alhallows Bread-ftreet — 30 

Alhallows Great 62 

Alhallows Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows Lefs — 23 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 3 1 

35 

78 
42 

19 
43 
55 
25 



Alhallows Staining 
Alhallows the Wall 
St Alphage 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Alderfgate 

St Ann Black Friars 118 

St Antholin's Parilh 



StAuftin'sParifh 

St Bartholomew Exchange 

St Bennet Fink — . ■ • 

StBennet Gracechurch — 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Sherchog 

St Botolph Billingfgate— . 
Chrift Church — - 

StChriftophcr — 

St Clement Eaftcheap -r- 
St Dionis Backchurch — 

^ Dunftan Eaft 

St Edmund Lombard-llr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 



22 

J2 

25 
25 

8 

53 
8 

»4 

95 
20 

7 

35 

94 

25 
26 

39 

13 

9 



Bur. PI, 
St Gregory by St Paul's 70 

St Helen's 33 

St James Duke's Place — 25 
St James Garlickhithe — 45 

St John Baptift 

St John Evangelift 

St John Zachary 



St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 

St Magnus Parifh 

Sr Margaret Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret New Fifh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldermanbury — • 
St Mary Aldermary 



16 
6 

24 

47 
74 
50 
24 
18 

23 
60 

41 
I 
I 

22 

38 
28 

25 



St Mary le Bow 2 1 

St Mary Bothaw 2 

St Mary Colechurch i 

St Mary Hill 24 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 3 

St Mary Mag. Old Fifh-ftr. 34 
- g 

32 
12 



St Mary Mounthaw- 

St Mary Somerfct 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch — 
St Mary Woolnoth • 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 
St George Botolph-lane-- 

Chriftened in the nincty-fcven Pariflies within the Walls 

St Andrew Holborn 922 

St Bartholomew Great • — 70 

St Bartholomew Lefs 33 

St Bride's Parifli 318 

Bridewell Precinft j6 

St Botolph Alderfgate — 214 



• 29 

1865 

■681 
428 

243 
St George Southwark — 333 

St Giles Cripplegate — J 3 14 

St Olave Southwark 764 



St Botolph Aldgate — 
St Botolph Biftkopfgate- 
St Dunftan Weft 



St Michael Qucrne 
St Michael Royal 



Bur. PL 
St Martin Ironmonger-lane 7 

St Martin Ludgate 39 

St Martin Orgars — — 31 

St Martin Outwich 25 

St Martin Vintrey 48 

St Matthew Friday-ftreet 25 
St Michael Bafllfhaw — 27 

St Michael Cornhill 32 

St Michael Crooked-lane 26 
St Michael Queenhithe — 40 

I, 
1 1 
16 

15 

33 

5 

20 

7 
39 
'7 
29 

7 

si 

'5 
14 





4 



St Michael Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet 
St Mildred Poultry 



St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry ■ — 

St Olave Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill ■ 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor 

St Stephen Colcman-ftrect 10 1 
St Stephen Walbrook — 20 

St Swithin 13 

St Thomas Apoftle 24 

Trinity Parifh o 

StVedaft, alias Fofter— 59 

Buried 2817 Plagtie o 
St Saviour Southwark — 490 

-684 

- 78 
• 24 

- o 



I 



St Sepulchre's Parifti- 
St Thomas Southwark • 

Trinity Minories 

At the Peft-houfe — 



4 
4 



Chriftened in the iixtecnParilhes without tlie Walls 4276 Buried 6632 Plague o 



i677- 



Chrift Church — -—149 
St Giles in the Fields— 1 157 

St John at Hackney hi 6 

St James Clarkenwell — 340 
St Katherinc by the Tower 1 7 3 



Lambeth Parifh 



-204. 



St Leonard Shoreditch — 446 
St Magdalen Bermondfey4i7 
St Mary Iflington — — 92 
St Mary Newington 1 78 



Sc Mary Whltechapef — 877 

St Paul ShadwcU 372 

Rodierhith ParilL 89 

Stepney Parifh 1593 



w 



Chriftencd in the fourteen Out Parilhes in Middlcfcx and Surrey 4029 
Buried 6153 Plague 2 



St Clement Danes 529 

St Paul Covent Garden 1 72 




St Martin in the Fields 1741 
St Mary Savoy ^5 



St Margaret Weftminfter 928 
AtthePeft-houfe o 



Chriftencd in the five Parilhes in the City and Liberties of Weftxninfter 2456 

Buried 3465 Plague o 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 664 
Aged and Bedridden 934 
Ague and Fever — 1749 



66 
150 

14 

47 

4;-? 
236 

3^ 

19 

143 

Confumption and TilTick 3272 
Convulfion 2357 



Apoplexy and Suddenly- 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 
and Flux — i 

Burnt and Scalded — — 

Burften and Rupture 

Cancer and Canker 

Childbed 

Chrifomes and Infants — - 
Cold and Cough — — ■ 
Colick and Wind — 



Dillra(5tal and Lunatick- 
Dropfy and Tympany - 

Drowned — 

Evil 



7 

809 

69 

6i 

Executed ■ — — — 8 
FallingSicknefsandEpilepfy 4 

Flox and Small Pox 1678 

Found dead in the Strects,&c. 8 



French Pox — 

Frighted - 

Gangrene and Fillula- 

Gout ■ ■ — 

Grief — - 



Griping in the Guts — 
Hang'd and made away? 
themfelves — j 

Head-ach 

Headmouldlhot — — 

Jaundies ' 

Jawfallen — 

Impofthume 

Kili'd by fcveral Accidents 

Leprofy ■■ • — 

Lethargy — — 

Livergrown 
Meafles — — 
Megrims - 
Murdcreti - 
Overlaid 
Palfy 
Plague 



- 109 

1 

- 34 

- 16 

- 12 
-2602 

22 



74 
I 

^3 
67 

I 

51 
24 

87 

2 

20 

107 

26 



Planet - 

PIcurify ■ 

Poifoncd 

Quinfy and Thrufli 

Rickets - ■ — 

Rifmg of the Lights 

Scowring — 

Scurvy — 

Shot — 



Smothered 

Sores, Ulcers, and bruifcd 7 
Limbs 3 

Spotted Fever and Purples 
St Anthony's Fire ■ 

Starved — ~— 

Stone and Strangury 73 

Stopping of the Stomach 34J 

Surfeit — — 252 

Teeth ■ — —1196 

Vomiting ■ ■ ■ ■ 30 

Wormi ■ " 40 



t 

23 

3 

96 

458 
169 

3 

7+ 

I 

3 

34 
6 

2 

2 



{Males — 6423 
Females 6203 
la all 12626 

Incrcafed In the Burials this Year 
Incrcafcd in the Plague — — 



r Males — 98361 
BURIED \ Females 9231 [ Of the Plague 1 



344 
o 



(.In all — 19067 J 

Pari flies clear of the Plague 
PariHies infeiftod -^ 



130 

a 



A Genera] 



1678. 

A General BILL of all the Chriftenlngs and Burials, 

From the 18th of December 1677, to the 17th of December 1678. 
According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. b 



Bur. PI. 
St A LEAN Wood-ftrect 33 
"**• A I hallows Barkin 1 1 2 
Alhaliows Bread-ftreet — 22 

Alhallows Great 60 

Alhaliows Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows Lefs — • 24 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 26 

Alhallows Staining 42 

Alhallows the Wall 74 

St Alphage — 39 

St Andrew Hubbard 16 

St Andrew Underfhaft — 64 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 66 

St Ann Aldcrfgate 49 

St Ann Black Friars 109 

St Antholin's Parilh 25 

St Auftin's Parilb 14 

St Bartholomew Exchange 28 

St Bennet Fink — 1 8 

St Bennet Gracechurch — 1 8 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf — 39 

St Bennet Sherehog 10 

St Botolph Billingfgate — 14 
Chrift Church — 1 16 

ScChriftopher — 22 

St Clement Eaftcheap — 12 
St Dionis Backchurch — 40 
StDunftanEail 



St Edmund Lombard- ftr. 

Si Ethelborough 

St Faith's 



98 

31 

33 

45 
6 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 6 St Mary Woolnoth 29 

St George Botolph-lane — 1 5 

Chriftened in the ninety-fcven Parilhes within the Walls 1948 



Bur. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 63 

St Helen's 35 

St James Duke's Place — 34 
St James Garlickhidie — 57 

St John Baptift — 20 

St John Evangelitl 6 

St John Zachary 1 7 

St Katherine Coleman — 40 
St Katherine Creechurch 71 

St Laurence Jewry 62 

St Laurence Pountney — 20 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 1 4 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 36 

St Magnus Parifh — • 50 

St Margaret Lothbury — 46 

5 

I 

18 

35 
38 
29 

7 

4 
26 

o 
26 

6 

33 
II 



St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret New Fi(h-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldermanbury — 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bothaw 

St Mary Colechurch ■ 

St Mary Hill 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Mag. Old Fifh-ftr. 

St Mary Mounthaw ■ 

St Mary Somerfct 

St Mary Staining 

Sc Mary Woolchurch — 
St Mary Woolnoth 



BurH 



St Andrew Holborn ■ ■- 912 
St Bartholomew Great — 70 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 43 

St Bride's Parifh 349 

Bridewell Precindt 3 1 

St Botolph Alderfgate — 198 



St Botolph Aldgate 702 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — 389 

St Dunftan Weft 219 

St George Southwark ■ — 340 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1350 
St Olave Southwark 779 



St Martin Ironmonger-lane 7 
St Martin Ludgatc 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 



St Matthew Friday- ftreec 

St Michael Bafliniaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 

St Michael Queenhithe 

St Michael Queme 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet — 

Sc Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave ^ — 

St Olave H;jrt-ftrect 

St Olave Jewry 

St Olave Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor — 

St Stephen Coleman-ftreet 
St Stephen Walbrook — 

St Swithin . 

St Thomas Apoftle . 

Trinity Parifti 



47 

2t 
21 



2Z 

35 
24 
42 
»4 

2 



4 

I 



II 

21 

13 

54 

«9 

39 
8 

5 
29 

»7 

96 
32 

33 

28 



St Vedaft, alias Fofter — 40 

Buried 3060 Plague a 

St Saviour Southwark — 545 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 678 

St Thomas Southwark— 77 
Trinity Minories . 24. 
At the Peft-houfe 



Chriftened in the lixteen Pariihes without the Walls 4186 Buried 6706 Plague 



^ 



^ 



1678. 



•i6f 



Chrlft Church 

St Giles in the Fields — 1 202 

St John at Hackney 1 iz 

St James Clarkenwell — 352 
Sc Katheriuc by theTowcr2i6 



St Mary Whitechapel —899 
St Paul Shadwell 600 



ESt Clement Danes 



Lambeth Parifh 3 ^9 

St Leonard Shorcdirch — 423 
St Magdalen Bermondfey 495 

St Mary IQington 137 

St Mary Ncwington 228 

Chriftcned in the fourteen Out PariQies in Middlefex and Surrey 3952 
Buried 7174 P 

— 498 St Martin in the Fields 2091 
St Mary Savoy 108 



lague 4 



198 



Rothcrhith Parifh 142 

Stepney Pacifh 1868 



St Margaret WeftminfterS4.j 



At the Peft-houfe 



o 



Chriftcned in the five Pariflics in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 2515 

Buried 3738* Plague o 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A 



Bortive and Stillborn 710 
Aged and Bedriddenio2i 

Ague and Fever 2376 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 83 
Bleeding, ~ - - 

and Flux 
Burnt 



Bloody Flux, 



ly Flux, 7 



55 

7 

47 
2 

51 
272 
301 
161 
Confumption and Tiflick 3448 

Convulfion 2525 

Cough and Chincough — ■ 5 
Diftrafted and Lunatick — i^ 

Dropfy and Tympany -812 

Drowned 85 

Evil . 66 

Executed — — 23 



Burften and Rupture — 

Calenture 

Cancer and Canker — 

Childbed 

Chrifomes and Infants 
Colick and Wind 



Flox and Small Pox 1798 

Fouiiddead in the Streets, 8cc. 4 



French Pox 
Frighted 



Gangrene and Fiftula- 
Gout and Sciatica — 
Grief 



lOI 

2 

37 
14 

15 



12 



Griping in the Guts 315° 

Hanged and made away 

themfelves 
Headmouldlhot 
Jaundics 



Ic away 7 



Impofthume — — 

Killed by feverai Accidents 

Leprofy 

Lethargy — - — - 

Livergrown — — 

MeaQes 

Megrims and 
Sicknefs 

Murdered 

Overlaid 

Palfy - 

Plague . 

Planet —— 



Falling 7 



2 
61 
106 
61 

I 
72 

52 
9i 



12 

1 12 

24 

5 
1 



Pleurify — 

Qiiinfy and Thrufli 

Rickets — 

Rifing of the Lights 

Scald Head 

Scowring 

Scurvy — - 

Sliingics ■ 
Smothered 



14 

lOI 

427 

I 

2 

4S 

I 

2 
60 



Sores, Ulcers, and bruifed 7 
Limbs — J 

Spleen •^-^— i 

Spotted Fever and Purples 204 

St Anthony's Fire 4 

Starved — — — i 

Scone and Cut of the Stone 63 
Stopping of the Stomach 339 

Strangury — 9 

Surfeit — 283 

Teeth — — — — iiio 

Vomiting 39 

Worms 44 

Wounded ^ — i 



! Males — 6568 
Females 6033 
In all — 12601 



! Males — 1 068 1") 
Females 9997 }of the Plague 
In all — 20678 J 



Increafcd in the Burials this Year 161 1 
Increafed in the Plague — j 



A General 



1679. 

A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials^ 

From the 17th of December 1678, to the i6tli of December 1679. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefly, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, 



Bur. PI, 

St A LBANWood-fl:reet30 
-«*■ Alhallows Barkin 118 



Alhallows Bread-ftrcet- 
Alhallows Great 



Alhallows Honey-lane — 
Alhallows Lefs 



26 

54 



AlhallowsLombard-ftreet 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows the Wall 

St Alphage 

St Andrew Hubbard - — 
St Andrew Underlhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Alderfeatc 

St Ann Black Friars — 
St Antholin's Parifh - 

Sc Auftin's Parifh 

St Bartholomew Exchange 29 

ScBennetFink — 18 

St Bennet Graccchurch — 18 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf— 49 
St Bennet Sherehos i 



'0 

20 

36 
70 
48 

'5 

56 

63 

39 
106 

II 

It 



St Botolph Billinglgate — 1 5 
Chrift Church ~- 
St Chriflopher — 



—113 
'4- 
St Clement Eaftcheap — 11 
St Dionis Backchurch — 39 
St Dunftan Eaft 92 

37 
26 

43 

12 



St Edmund Lombard-ftr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 



St Gregory by St Paul's 

St Helen's 

St James Duke's Place — 
St James Garlickhithe — 

St John Baptift — 

St John Evangelift 

St John Zachary • 

St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 
St Laurence Jewry 



St Laurence Pountncy — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Foftcr-lane — 

St Magnus Parifli 

St Margaret Lothbury — 
St Margaret Mofcs 



St Margaret New Fifli-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldermaabury — 

St Mary Aldermary 

Sc Mary le Bow 

Sc Mary Bothaw — — 

St Mary Colcchurch 

St Mary Hill 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Mag. Old Fifh-ftr. 

St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somerlet 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch — 
Sc Mary Woolnoth 



Bur. PI, 
80 

30 
20 

40 

^9 

4 
16 

51 
78 
60 
26 
iS 
46 

39 . 

43 

5 
o 

13 

25 

33 

37 
28 

2 

3 

18 

o 

25 
1 1 

37 

ij 

3 

29 



.6cc. 



Bur. PL 
St Martin Ironmonger- lane i g 



St Martin Ludgatc 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
Sc Marcin Vintrey- 



Si Gabriel Fcnchurch — 
6c George Bocolph-lane- — 1 5 

Chriftened in the ninery-feven Parifhes within the Walls 1876 Buried 3074 Plague o 



36 

32 

'9 
61 

15 
36 
34 
4a 
51 
24 
^7 
«7 
24 
40 

9 

27 
1 1 

64 
16 

33 

'4 

6 

33 
9 

32 

St Stephen Colenrun-ftrtet 126 

St Stephen Walbrook — 29 

Sc S within ■ 3 a 

St Thomas Apoftle — — 2 1 

Trinity Parifli — o 

StVedaft, alias Folter — 48 



St Matthew Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Baffifhaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Queenhithe — 

St Michael Querne 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-ftreet-- 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby -— 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry — 

St Olave Silvcr-ftrcet 

St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill 

Sc Peter Paul's Wharf — 
Sc Peter Poor 



I 
■ 



St Andrew Holborn 937 

St Bartholomew Great — 89 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 25 

St Bride's Parifh 413 

Bridewell Precinft 23 

St Botolph Alderfgate — 245 



St Botolph Aldgate 681 

St Botolph Biihopfgate — 465 

St Dunftan Weft 341 

St George Southwark — 375 
St Giles Cripplcgate — 1406 
St Olave Southwark 954 



St Saviour Southwark — 614. 
St Sepulchre's Parifti — 727 
St Thomas Southwark — 105 

Trinity Minorics 2 1 

At die Pell-houfe o 



Cluriilcned in the fixteen Parifhcs without tlic Walls 4023 Buried 7481 Plague o 



N 



Chrlfl Church — 159 

St Giles in the Fields — 1245 

St John at Hackney 88 

St James Clarkenwell — 416 
St Katherinc by the Tower 1 8 1 



1679. 

Lambeth Parifli 337 

St Leonard Shoreditch — 423 
St Magdalen Bermondrey598 

St Mary Iflington 132 

St Mary Newington 199 



St Mary Whitechapel — ^924 

St Paul Shadwell 475 

Rotherhith ParUh 197 

Stepney Parifh *749 



Chriftened in the fourteen Out Parifhcs in Middlefex and Surrey 3769 
Buried 7123 Plague 2 



St Clement Danes 62 1 

St Paul Covent Garden 1 7 7 




St Martin in the Fields 2 147 
St Mary Savoy 103 



St Margaret Weftminft. 1004 
At the Peft-houle o 



Chriftened in the five Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 2620 

Buried 4052 Plague o 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortlve and Stillborn 669 
Aged and Bedridden 1 141 

Ague and Fever — 2763 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 103 

Bleeding 2 

Bloody Flux, Scowring, 7 ^ 
and Flux — 3 

Burnt and Scalded 

Burften and Rupture — 

Calenture 

Cancer — 



13 

35 
2 

91 

300 

274 
II 



Canker and Thrulh 

Childbed 

Chrifomes and Infants 

Cold, Cough, and Chin- 7 
cough — i 

Colick and Wind 133 

Confumption and Tiflick 3675 

Convulfion 2837 

Diftrac'led and Lunatick— 1 2 

Dropfy and Tympany 852 

Drowned 69 

Evil 6y 



Executed 

Falling Sicknefs — 
P'lox and Small Pox 
Found dead in the Streets 

French Pox 

Frighted 

Gangrene and Fiftula 

Gout and Sciatica — — 

Grief 

Griping in the Guts — 
Hanged and made away 7 
themfelves — j 

Headmouldfhot — 

Jaundics 



Impofthume 

Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

Leprofy 

Lethargy — • 

Livergrown — 

Mcaflcs 



Megrims ■ — — 
Murdered ■ — 
Overlaid 



30 
2 

1967 

5 
104 

I 

40 

24 

14 

2996 

19 

7 
6y 

99 

74 
I 

49 
20 

117 

3 

14 
100 



Palfy ^ 

Plague — 

Planet — 

Pleurify - 

Poifoned ■ - 

Qiiinfy ■- — — . 

Rickets — — — 
Rifing of the Lights 

Scurvy — 

Shot — 

Smothered — 



26 

2 

4 
16 

4 

»7 

394 

116 

47 

2 



Sores, Ulcers, andbruifcd 7 
Limbs — i 

Spleen 

Spotted Fever«and Purples 

St Anthony's Fire 

Stone and Cut of the Stone 
Stopping of the Stomach 327 



50 

8 

160 

3 

68 



Strangury 
Surfeit 
Teeth — 
Vomiting 
Worms — 



- 5 

- 466 
-1034 
• 27 

- 38 



[Males — 6247 
Females 6041 
In all — 12288 



BURIED 



f Males — 
Females 
InaU 



— 111547 
s 10576 > 

— 21730 J 



Of the Plague 2 



Increafed in the Burials this Year 1052 
Decreafed in the Plague — 3 



La 



A General 



i68o. 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the i6th of December 1679, to the 14th of December 1680. 

According to the Report made to the King's mod excellent MajeHy, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. n. 
St A LEAN Wood-ftreet25 
•**■ Alhallows Barkin 104 
Alhallows Bread-ftreec — 20 

Alhallows Great 57 

Alhallows Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows Lefs — 23 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 28 

37 



Alhallows Staining — — 

Alhallows the Wall 

St Alphage • — 

St Andrew Hobbard 



76 
42 

14 

St Andrew Undcrfhaft • — 67 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 57 

St Ann AlderJgate 46 

St Ann Black Friars 10 

St Antholin's Parilh 1 7 

St Auftin's Parifh — — 154 
St Bartholomew Exchange 30 

22 



St Bcnnet Fink — 

St Bcnnet Gracechurch — 
St Bcnnet Paul's Wharf — 

St Bcnnet Sherchog 

St Botolph Billingfgate — 

Chrill Church — 

St Chriftophcr 



10 
46 

4 
12 

95 

— 17 



Bur. PI, 
St Gregory by St Paul's 88 

St Helen's 3 1 

St James Duke's Place — 34 
St James Garlickhiche — 57 

St John Baptift 24 

St John Evangelift 10 

St John Zachary 20 

St Katherine Coleman — 52 
St Katherine Creechurch 75 

St Laurence Jewry 54 

St Laurence Pountney — 15 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 13 
St Leonard Poller- lane— ^^ 
St Magnus PariQi 55 



St Clement Eaftcheap — 12 
St Dionis Backchurch — 30 

St Dunftan Eall 1 1 9 

St Exlmund Lombard-ftr. 35 
St Ethclborough - 
St Faith's 



'9 
4J 
7 
9 



33 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 
St George Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-fevcn Parifhes witliin the Walls 1954 



St Margaret Lothbury — 39 

St Margaret Moles 2 

St Margaret New Fifli-ftr. o 

St Margaret Pattons 22 

St Mary Abchurch 36 

St Mary Aldermanbiiry-- 27 

St Mary Aldermar)* ■ 42 

St Mary Ic Bow ■■ 21 

St Mary Bothaw 5 

St Mary Colechurch- 5 

St Mary Hill 22 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 1 
StMaryMag.OldFifli-rtr. 38 

St Mary Mounthaw 5 

St Mary Somerret 34 

St Mary Staining' 23 

St Mary Woolchurch — 2 
St Mary Woolnoth — 



St Andrew Holborn 



-78S 

St Bartholomew Gnat — SS 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 2 2 

St Bride's Parilli ^6^ 

Bridewell Precinft 27 

St Botolph Aldcrfgate — 209 



St Botolph Aldgate 763 

St Botolph Bifhopfgatc — 542 

St Dunftan Weft 273 

St George Southwark — 23'^ 
St Giles Cripplcgate — 1409 
St Olave Southwark 86 1 



Bur. PL 
St Martin Ironmonger-lane 14 
St Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars ~ 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 



St Matthew Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BalTilhaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Queenhithc — 

St Michael Querne 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet- 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Ilart-rtrcet 

St Olave Jewry 

St Olave Silver-ftreet — 
Sc Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap — 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor 

St Stephen Coleman-ftreeti 1 3 
St Stephen Walbrook — 32 

St Swithin 25 

St Thomas Apoftle 34 

Trinity Parifli o 

ScVedaft, alias Fofter — 47 



58 
22 
22 

43 

20 

30 

33 
28 

66 

2Z 

13 
1 

i9 

38 
9 

23 
9 

59 

»5 
26 

8 

10 

2^ 
16 
20 



Buried 3076 Plague o 

Sr Saviour Southwark 
St Sepulchre's Parifti- 
St Thomas Southwark — 67 

Trinity Minories 27 

At the Pcft-houfc — — o 



588 
701 



Chriftened in the fixteen Parifhcs without the Walls 4040 Buried 7066 Plague o 



i68o. 



Chrlft Church — — 134 
St Giles in the Fields — 1036 

St John at Hackney 155 

St James Clarkenwell — /^y 
St Katherine by the Tower 20 7 



Lambeth Parifli 



295 

554 



St Leonard Shoreditch 

St Magdiilcn Bcrmondfey52o 

St Mary Iflington 156 

St Mary Ncwington 199 



St Mary Whitechapcl —-qgS 

St Paul Shidwell 529 

Rothcrhith Pariih "1S7 

Stepney Parifli 1S51 



N 



Chriftened in the fourteen Out Pari(hes in Middlefex and Surrey 4107 



Buried 77.26 



Plague o 



St Clement Danes 

St Paul Covent Garden 



■5^3 
19+ 



St Martin in the Fields 1950 
St Mary Savoy 1 2 1 



St Margaret Wefl:minfl:er907 
Whereof at the Peit-houfc a 



Chriftened in the five Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminftcr 2646 

Buried 3685 Plague o 




DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortivc and Stillborn 641 
Aged and Bedridden 1 081 

Ague and Fever 33^4 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 93 

Blafted I 

Bleeding, Bloody 



ly Flux, 7 



and Flux 
Burnt and Scalded — — 
Burften and Rupture 

Calenture 

Cancer and Canker - 
Childbed — 



Chrifomcs and Infants — 
Cold, Cough, and Chin- 
cough 



68 

7 
29 

I 

302 
183 

14 



Colick and Wind — 
Confumption 
Convulfion - 



127 
and TKTick 3427 

3055 
14 



Diftrafted and Lunatick — 
Dropfy and Tympany — 776 

Drowned — 8^ 

Evil 66 

Executed 24 



Falling Sicknefs ■ — • 

Flox and Small Pox 

Found dead in the Streets,&c 

French Pox 

Gangrene and Fiftiila 

Gout and Sciatica 

Grief — 



I 

689 

3 
114 

27 

23 

16 

Griping in the Guts 3271 

Hang'd and made away 7 

thcmfelves — 3 "^ 
Head-ach 1 



Hcadmouldlhot — 
Jaundies 



impolthume — — ■ ■ 

Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

Leprofy — — 

Lethargy , 

Livcrgrown — — 

Meafles 

Megrims 

Murdered ■ — — — ■ — 

Overlaid — - ■ 

Palfy _ 



5 
66 

118 

65 
I 

21 

12 

49 
5 
8 

89 
25 



Pleurify ■ 

Poifoncd — 

Qiiinfy and Thrufli 
Rickets — 



Rifing of the Lights 



Scowring — 

Scurvy 

Shingles 

Shot ■ 

Smothered 
Sores, Ulcers, 
Spleen 



&c. 



16 

5 

I3i 

341 
116 

4 

59 

I 

I 

2 

61 



Spotted Fever and Purples 19^ 

St Anthony's Fire 7 

Starved — i 

Stone ■ — 60 

Stopping of the Stomach 2SG 

Strangury ■ 2 

Surfeit — 410 

Teeth 1x41 

Vomiting — — iS 

Worms '- 3 J 



f Males — 6548 
Females 6199 
In all — 12747 



! Males — 1 1039") 
Females 1 00 1 4 [ Of the Plague o 
In all — 2 1053 J 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 677 
Decreafed in the Plague — 2 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 14th of December 1680, to the 19th of December 1681. 

According to the Report made to the King's mod excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of Parifh Clerks of London, 6cc. 



Bur. PI, 

Sr A LBAN Wood-ftrcet 3 1 

•*^ Alhallows Barkin no 

Alhallows Bread-ftreet — 29 

Alhallows Great 96 

Alhallows Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows Lefs — 26 

Alhallows Lon9bard-ftreet2 7 

Alhallows Staining 41 

Alhallows the Wall 104 

StAlphage 56 

■ St Andrew Hubbard 20 

ISt Andrew Underlliaft — 77 
Jt Andrew Wardrobe — 82 

Ann Alderfgate 50 

St Ann Black Friars 134 

St Antholin's Parifh 23 

.St'Auftin's Parilh 21 

St Bartholomew Exchange 34 

20 
22 
56 

5 
16 

20 

»9 
43 
96 

30 
31 
42 
24 
9 



St Bennet Fink — 
jSt Bennet Gracechurch — 
^St Bennet Paul's Wharf— 

jSt Bennet Sherehog 

[St Botolph BiUingfgate — 
Chrift Church — 

[StChriftopher — 

St Clement Eaftcheap — • 
St Dionis Backchurch — 

[St Dunftan Eaft 

St Edmund Lombard-ftr. 

St Ethel borough 

St Faith's 

St Gabriel Fenchurch — 
St George Botolph 



Bur. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 94 

St Helen's 50 

St James Duke's Place — 53 
St James Garlickhithe — 55 



St John Baptift — 
St John Evangclift 
St John Zachary- 



St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 
St Laurence Jewry 



24 
16 

25 
62 

80 

78 
St Laurence Pountney — 22 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 1 8 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 47 

St Magnus Parifli 41 

St Margaret Lothbury — 48 

St Margaret Mofcs 5 

St Margaret New Filh-rtr. o 

St Margaret Pattons 1 7 

St Mary Abchurch 30 

StMaryAldermanbury — 46 
St Mary Aldermary 37 

37 

3 

2 

32 
I 



St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bothaw 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill 



ane- 



St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr 
St Mary Mag. Old Fifli-ftr. 54 

St Mary Mounthaw 1 1 

St Mary Somerfet 49 

St Mary Staining 17 

St Mary Woolchurch — i 

St Mary Woolnoth • 54 



Chriftened in the ninety-feven Pariflies within tlie Walls 2188 



St Andrew Holborn — 
St Bartholomew Great 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 

St Bride's Parilh 

B^'idewell Precindl -^ 



-952 
-log 

- 39 
-467 

-.30 
Sr Botolph Aldeifgate — 214 



St Botolph Aldgate 793 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — 618 

St Dunftan Weft 334 

St George Southwark — 369 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1 700 
St Olave Southwark 936 



St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich — 



Bu 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 7 
St Martin Ludgate — — 49 

39 
16 

37 
3» 
33 

35 

2S 

58 

2a 

»7 

33 

3 

21 

'7 
64 

21 

36 

14 
12. 
40 
i5 

30 



St Martin Vintrey 

St Matthew Friday-ftreet 
St Michael Bafllftiaw — 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Quecnhithe — 

St Michael Quernc 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-ftreec 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry — 

St Olave Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras Soper-Iane — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 
St Peter Poor ■ 



St Stephen Coleman-ftreet 1 67 
St Stephen Walbrook — 29 

St Swithin 41 

St Thomas Apoftle 29 

Trinity Parifh o 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter — 42. ■ 

Buried 3669 Plague o 

St Saviour Southwark — 627 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 830. 

Sc Thomas Southwark — 88 
Trinity Minories - 30 
At the Peft-houfe o ■ 



Chriftened in the fixteen Parifties without the Walls 4192 Buried 8136 Plague q 



Chrifl Church 158 

St Giles in die Fields — 1249 

St John at Hackney 1 1 7 

St James Clarkenwell — 394 
Sckatherine by the Tower 1 9 8 




i68r. 

Lambeth Parilh — 



304 

St Leonard Shoreditch — 61 1 
St Magdalen Bermondfey57o 
St Mary Iflington — ^ — 141 
St Mary Newington 273 



St Mary Whitechapcl^-t099^ 

St Paul Shadwell 541 

Rotherhith Parifli 1 74 

Stepney Parifh ■ ■■ ■ ■ -a i tl 



Chriftened in the fourteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 4161 
Buried 7940 Plague o 



St Clement Danes — — 594 
St Paul Covent Garden 2 1 8 



St Martin in the Fields 2387 
St Mary Savoy 147 



St Margaret WeftminfterSSo 
At the Peft-houfe o 




Chriftened in the five Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 2814 

Buried 4226 Plague o 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 6^^ 
Aged and Bedridden 1301 

Ague and Fever — 3174 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 94 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 
and Flux — J 

Burnt and Blown up 

Burften and Rupture 

Cancer and Canker 

Childbed — ' 



116 



19 

37 
72 

354 

303 
2 

105 

3784> 
3270 

Diftraded and Lunatick — 1 6 
Dropfy and Tympany — 9*; 8 

Drowned • — 80 

Evil 51 

Executed • — 8 

Falling Sicknefs — ■ 6 

Flox and Small Pox — « — 2982 
Found dead in the Streets,&c, 7 



Chrifomes and Infants — 
Cold and Cough — — 

Colick and Wind '— 

Confumption and Tiflick 
Convulfion 



French Pox 

Frighted • — 

Gangrene and Fiftula' 
Gout and Sciatica • — 

Grief — 

Griping in the Guts — 



— 2 
away ? 



Hang'd and made 
themfclves — 
Headmouldlhot - 

Jaundies 

Jawfallcn ■ — 

Impofthume 

Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

Lcprofy ■ ■ • 

Lethargy • — — 

Livcrgrown « 

Meafles — — — — — — 

Megrims 

Murdered 

Overlaid • 

Paify — 

Planet 

Pleurify ■ 



97 
3 
46 
30 
1 1 
827 

17 

7 

75 
I 

lOI 

71 

2 

II 

15 
121 

2 
14 

20 
I 

12 



Poifoned 

Quinfy and Thrufh 

Rickets ~ 

Rifing of the Lights 

Scalded 

Scowring • — 

Scurvy 



Smothered 

Sores,Ulcers, and bruifed 7 
Limbs 5 

Sjjottcd Fever and Purples 

St Anthony's Fire - 

Stone and Strangury ■ 
Stopping of the Stomach 

Surfeit 

Swine Pox 

Teeth -— -— — 

Vomiting 

Wen — — 

Wolf 

Worms — - ' — — 



I 

12S 

37<^ 
»43 

a 

i 

97 
6 

199 
10 
70 

430 
I 

995 

I 
I 

39 



("Males — 6822 

christened] Females 6533 

I In all 13335 



f Males — 12386I 
Females 11 585 [ Of the Plague O 
In all — 23971 J 



Increafed in the Burials this Year 2918 
Dccrcafcd in the Plague — — o 



A Gtncrat 



i682, 
A General BILL of all the Chrlftenlngs and Burials, 

From the 19th of December 168 r, to the 19th of December 1682. fl 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of PariUi Clerks of London, Sec. f 



Bur. PI. 



St A 1,BAN V/ood-ftrect 33 

■**• AJhallows Barkin 1 1 1 

Alhallows Bread-ftreet — 18 

A 1 hallows Great 60 

Alliallows Honey-lane — o 

Alhailows Lcfs 22 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 29 

Alhailows Staining 23 

Alhallows the Wall 60 

St Alphagc — 44 

St Andrew Hubbard 14 

St Andrew Undcrfliaft — 42 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 54 

St Ann Alderfgate 40 

St Ann Black Friars 139 

St Antholin's Parifh 19 

St Auflin's Parifli 14 

St Bartholomew Exchange 1 8 

St Bcnnet Fink — 29 

St Bennet Gracechurch — 5 
St Bcnnet Paul's Wharf— ^6 

St Bcnnet Sherehog i 

St Bocolph Billingfgate — 
Chrift Church 



St Chriflopher — 

St Clement Eaflcheap — 
St Dionis Backchurch — 

Sr Dunftan Eaft — 

St Edmund LombardTlr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 



9 

88 

16 
8 

70 
26 
28 

44 
i3 
II 



Bar. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's j6 

St Helen's 38 

St James Duke's Place — 45 
St James Garlickhithe — 47 

St John Baptift — 1 7 

St John Evangelifl: 9 

St John Zachary 24 

St Katherine Coleman — 5 1 
St Katherine Creechurch 72 

— 60 



St Laurence Jewry — 
St Laurence Pounmey — 22 
St Leonard Eaflcheap — 7 
St Leonard Foftcr-lanc — 42 

St Magnus Parilb 39 

St Margaret Lothbury — 44 

Sr Margaret Mofes 2 

St Margaret New Eifli-ftr. o 

St Margaret Pattons 10 

St Mary Abchurch 25 

St Mary Aldermanbury-- 25 

St Mary Alderraary 3 1 

St Mary le Bow 34 

St Mary Bothaw 10 

St Mary Colechurch 5 

St Mary Hill 34 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. o 
StMaryMag.OldFilh-ftr. 44 

St Mary Mounthaw 9 

St Mary Somerfcr 43 

St Mary Staining 20 

St Mary Woolchurch — i 
St Mary Woolnoth 27 



Bur. Ft 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars 

St Martin Ourwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Matthew Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BafTifliaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Qucenhithe — 

St Michael Querne 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-ftrect— 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet — 



tur. n 

I 

4 

I 



St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftrcet 

St Olave Jewry 

St Olave Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras Soper-Iane — 

St Peter Cheap — 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 
St Peter Poor — 



32 
26 
69 
la 
II 

J9 

10 

30 

5 

2+ 

18 

4 

2 

37 

10. 

9 
4« 
10 

32 



m 



St Stephen Coleman-ftreeti 30 
St Stephen Walbrook — 24 
St Swithin 



St Thomas Apoftle 

Trinity Parilh 

St Vcdaft, alias Fofter — 



27 
23 
o. 

31 . 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 
St George Botolph-lane — 

Chriflened in the ninety-feven Parifhcs within the Walls 2091 Buried 2975 Plague <> 



St Andrew Holborn 84 1 

St Bartholomew Great — 74 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 3 1 

St Bride's Parilh 381 

Bridewell Prccincl: 25 

St Botolph Alderfgate — 209 



St Botolph Aldgate 840 

St Botolph Bifliupfgate — 1^25 

St Dunftan Welt 269 

St George South wark — 329 
St Giles Cripplegate 



-i^i 



J'3 



St Olave Southwark 804 

Chriftcned in the fixtecn Parilhes without the Walls 4493 



St Saviour Southwark — 594 

St Sepulchre's Parifli 649 

St Thomas Southwark — 75 
Trinity Minories ■ 38 
At the Peft-houfe o 

Biiried 7009 Plague a 



i68 



inl 



lurcr 



Sc Giles in the Fields 
St John at Hackney 



143 



I 



St James Clerkenwell 

S: Katherine by theTowcr224 



1 1 20 

-108 
312 



lamoeth Parifh 



.29; 



Rotherhith Parifh — 
Stepney Parifh — 1813 



St Leonard Shoreditch — 452 
St Magdalen Bermondfey 504 

St Mary Ifllngton 123 

St Mary Newingcon 202 

Chriftened in the fourteen Out Parilhcs in Middlefex and Surrey 4365 
Buried 7084 Plague o 



t MaiyWhitechapcl — 1030 
St Paul Shadwcll 593 



St Clement Danes 522 

St Paul Covent Garden 152 




St Martin in the Fields 2059 
Sc Mary Savoy 1 1 1 



St Margaret Wcftminfter 779 
At the Peft-houfc o 



Chriftened in the five Pariflies in the City and Liberties of "Wcftminfter 2704 



Buried 3623 



Plague o 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 686 
Aged and Bedridden 1059 

Ague and Fever 2696 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 100 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 
and Flux — f 55 



dy Flux, 7 

Burnt and Scalded — — • 

Burften and Rupture 

Calenture 

Cancer and Canker - 

Childbed 

Chrifomcs and Infants — 
Cough and Chincough — 
Coliok and Wind 



r 



7 
28 

61 

■257 
12 
76 

Confumption and Tiffick 3464 

Convulfion 3404 

Diftractcd and Lunatick — 15 
Dropfy and Tympany - « — 640 

Drowned -~- ^ -■ ■ 91 

Evil 66 

10 



Executed — — 

FIqx and Small Pox 1408 

Found dead in the Streets,&c. 5 



French Pox 
Frighted 



. 80 

I 

- 54 

- 35 
~ 12 



Gangrene and Fiftula — 

Gout and Sciatica 

Grief 

Griping in the Guts 2631 

Hanged and made away 7 ^ 
themfelves — 5 

Head-ach i 

4 
51 
94 

75 
I 

6 

16 

50 
4 
I 

16 
104 

24 



PIcadmouldfliot 

Jaundies — 

Impofthume — — 

Killed by feveral Accidents 

Leprofy — ■ 

Lethargy — 

Livergrown 

Mealies — 

Megrims 

Mother • 

Murdered 

Overlaid 

Palfy 



Plcurify • 

Poiloned 

Quinfy and Thrulh 

Rickets • 

Rifing of the Lights 

Scald Head 

Scowring - 

Scurvy — — — 

Shot — 

Smothered and Stifled 

Sores, Ulcers, and bruifed 

Limbs 
Spleen 



nd bruifed 7 



Spotted Fever and Purples 

St Anthony's Fire 

Stone and Cut of the Stone 
Stopping of the Stomach 

Strangury — 

Surfeit — ^ — ■ 

Teeth — — — — 1058 

Vomiting ~ 16 

Worms 27 



^7 

I 

130 

434 
143 

2 

I 

71 
I 
2 

5 

140 

18 

62 

360 

I 

361 



! Males — 6909 
Females 6744 
In all — 12653 



BURIED 



! Males — 
Females 
In all 



— 10617"! 
s 10074 > 

— 20691 J 



Decrealld in the Burials this Year 3280 



Of the Plague o 



M 



A General 



i68^. ^ 

A General B I !> L of all the Chriftenings and Burials^ 

From the 19th of December 1682, to the i8th of December 1683. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft exxellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c 



Bur. PI, 

St A LBAN Wood-ftreet 26 
■*^ Allullows Barkin 104 



Alhallows Brcad-ftreet- 
Alliallows Great 



14 

47 

o 

22 



AUiallows Honey-lane — 

Alliallows Lets 

AlliallowsLombard-ftrect 24 

2S' 

71 
27 
16 

39 

47 

58 
■ 102 



Alhallows Staining 
Alhallows the Wall 
St Alphage 



Bur. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 82 

St Helen's 30 

St James Duke's Place — 22 
St James Garlickhithc — 6^ 



St John Baptift — 
St John Evangelift 
St John Zachary 



St Andrew Hubbard - •'-^ 
^St Andrew Undcrfliaft — 
[St Andrew Wardrobe — 

[St Ann Alderfgate 

[St Ann Black Friars - 

St Antholin's Parilh - 
"^tAuftin'sParifh — 



29 

St Bartholomew Exchange 1 7 

St Bennet Fink — 

St Bcnnet Gracechurch — 
St Bcnnet Paul's Wharf— 

kl$i B^nact Shcrchog 

St Botolph Billinglgate — 

Chrift Church ■'-^ «j 

StChriflophcr — 1 13 

St Clement Eaftchcap — 24 



24 

»:> 
46 

2 

9 

Si 



^St Dionis BackchurcJi 
St Dunftan Eaft — 



39 

85 

30 

15 

39 
St Gabriel Fenchurch — 1 8 

St George Botolph-lane — 1 1 



St Edmund Lombard-ftr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 



St Katherine Coleman — 
St KatJierine Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Fofter-lane- — 
St Masnus Parifh 



iS 

9 
2i 

48 

79 

46 

15 
»4 
29 

45 



St Margaret Lothbury — 33 
St Margaret Mofes 



St Margaret New Filh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons— 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldcrmanbury — 

St Mary AJdcrmary 

St Mary le Bow ■ — 

St Mary Bothaw — — 

St Maiy Coicchurch 

Sc Mary Hill 



2 

o 

12 

27 

30 
42 

1 1 

7 
5 

3» 

o 



Bur. PI. 
St Martin Ironmonger- lane 6 



Ludgate 



St Martin 
St Martin Orgars 
St Martin Outwich 
Sc Martin Vintrey- 



St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 

St Mary Mag. Old Filh-ftr. s^ 

14 

57 
12 



St Mary Moujitliaw- 
St Mary Somcrfct — 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth — 



37 



St Matthew Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Baflifhaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Queenhithc — 

St Michael Qiicrne 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wtxxl-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread-ftrcet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Colcabby — 

St Nicholas Olave — 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry -^ — 

St Olave Silver-ftreet 

St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 
St Peter Poor 



42 

26 

8 

39 

»5 
ap 

3.^ 
34 
46 

13 
19 

4 

30 
6 

49 
12 

34 
II 

4 
26 
12 

2 



I 



St Stephen Coleman-Itreec 134 
St Stephen Walbrook — 27 

St Sv/ithin - ■ • 

St Thomas Apoftle 

Trinity Parifli — 

St Vedaft, alias Foftcr — 



24 

II 

30 



Chrillened in the ninety- feven Parilhes within the Walls 235^ Buried 2S76 



Plague o 



-831 



St Andrew Holborn 

St Bartholomew Great — 79 

St Bartholomew Lcfs 29 

St Bride's Parifh ^75 

Bridewell Precinft 37 

bi Botolph Alderfgate — 207 



St Botolph Aldgare 66^ 

St Botolph Bifhopfgatc — 576 
St Dunftan We A — ^—252 
St George Soutiiwark — ^jq 

St Giles Cripplegate 1406 

St Olave Southwark' yr^G 



St Saviour Southwark — 589 

St Sepulchre's Parifti 599 

St Thomas Southwark — 69 

Trinity Minories 3 1 

At the Peft-houle -=- — o 



Chriftencd in the fixtecn Parifhes without the Walls 4756 Buried 6838 



Plague o 



I 



Chrlft Church i6S 

St Giles in the Fields — 1181 

St John at Hackney 74 

Sc James Clcrkenwell -^348 
St Katherinc by theTowerzoa 



1683. 

Tvambcth Parirti — 



3'-5 

St Leonard Shoreditch — 442 

St Magdalen Bcrmondrey43 j 

St Mary Iflington 115 

St Mary Newington 204 



St Mary Wliirechapel — S66 

St Paul Shadwell 463 

Rotherhith Parilh 162 

Stepney Parifli 1843 



Chriftened in the fourteen Out Parilhcs in Middlefex and Surrey 4638 
Buried ()S26 Plague o 



St Clement Danes 509 

St Paul Covent Garden 188 



St Martin in the Fields 2340 
St Mary Savoy 123 



St Margaret We(tminfter8g7 
At the Pcft-houfe o 



Chriftened in the five Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 2986 

Buried 4047 Plague o 




DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 692 
Aged and Bedriddenio65 

Ague and Fever — 2250 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 
and Hux — 1 

Burnt and Scalded • 

Burden and Rupture 

Calenture 



108 
68 
1 1 



Cancer and Canker — 

Childbed 

Chincough — 

Chrifomes and Infants — 



Cold and Cough 
Colick and Wind 



50 

334 

4 

■50 

9 
70 

Confumption and Tiflick 3241 

Convulfion 3^35 

Cut of the Stone 2 

Diftrafted and Lunatick — 25 

Dropfy and Tympany 633 

Drowned 79 

Epilepfy i 



Executed 



Flox and Small Pox 



6 

2096 
FounddeadintheStreets,&c. 4 

French Pox 85 

76 

17 

7 

2438 

18 

10 

62 

1 

103 

83 
n 
16 

39 
I 

'3 
121 

'9 
2. 



Gangrene and Fiftula 

Gout 

Grief 

Griping in the Guts 

Hanged and made away 7 
them (elves — y 

Headmouldfliot — 

J a undies 

Jawfallen 



Impofthume 

Kill'd by ievcral Accidents 

Lethargy — ■ 

Livcrgrown — 

Mealies 

Megrims — — - 

Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Palfy — — 

Planet 



Pleijrify - ■ " -^ - " 

Poifoncd — 

Purples 

Quinfy and Thrufh. • 

Rickets — — 

Rifing of the Lights 

Scurvy — — • 

Shot . 

Smothered 

Sores, Ulcers, and bruifcd 

Limbs 
Spleen 



and bruifcd 7 



12 

3 

1 1 

132 

503 

»7+ 

^5 

3 

5 

76 



Spotted Fever — 
St Anthony's Fire 

Stone 

Stopping of the 

Strangury ■ 

Surfeit 

Teeth — 

Vomiting 

Wen — 

Worms — 



3 

— 148 

. 19 

59 

Stomach 405 

3 

343 

- 1074 

14 

J 

46 



i Males — 7577 
Females 7158 
In all — 14735 



{Males — 10702 ■) 
Females 9885 iof the Plague o 
In all — 20587 j 



Dccreafed in the Burials this Year 104 



M t 



A General 



1 6 84* 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the i8th of December 1683, to the i6th of December 1684. 

According to the Report made to tlie King's mod excellent Majefty. 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, 6cc. 




Bur. PL 



St A LB AN Wood-fl:rcet4i 
'^ Alhallows Barkin 



Alhallows Bread-ftrcct — 

Alhallows Great 

Alhallows Honey-lane — 
Alhallows Lefs — 



09 
21 

77 
o 

26 



Alhallows Lorn bard- ft reet 29 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows the Wall 

St Alphage — 

St Andrew Hubbard 



St Andrew Underfhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Alderfgatc 

St Ann Black Friars 

St Anthblin's Parilh 

St Auftin's Parilh 

Sc Bartholomew Exchange 

St Bonnet Fink 

St Bcnnet Gracechurch — 
St Bennct Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Shcrehog 

St Bctolph Billingigate — 
Chrift Church -^ - 

St Chriflophcr ^^- 

St Clement Eaftcheap — 
St Dionis Backchurch — 

St Dunftan Fall 

St Edmund Lombard-ftr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faitirs 



38 
69 

36 
22 

68 

47 
121 
2 2 
21 
16 
22 
16 

71 

o 

16 

111 

24 

14 
28 

99 

jt 

23 

29 
16 

8 



Bur. PI. 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 5 fl 



Sr Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 
St George Botolph-lane — 
Chriftened in the ninety-fcven 

St Andrew Holborn 923 

St Bartholomew Great • — 85 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 34 

St Bride's Parilh 432 

Bridewell Precinft 39 

St Botolph Alderfgate — 227 
Chriftened in the fixteen Par 



Bur. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 85 

St Helen's 40 

St James Duke's Place — 42 
St James Garlickhithe ■ — ' 48 

St John Baptift ' 26 

St John Evangelift 6 

St John Zachary — '■ 2 1 

St Katherine Coleman — 65 
St Katherine Creech urch 69 

St Laurence Jewry 52 

St Laurence Pountney — 27 
St Leonard F-aftcheap — 13 
St L-eonard Fofter-lane — 27 

St Magnus Parifli 59 

St Margaret Lothbury — 36 

St Margaret Mofes 7 

St Margaret Nev/ Filh-ftr. i 

St Margaret Pattons 24 

St Mary Abchurch 34 

St Mary Aldermanbury-- 28 

St Mary Aldermary 48 

St Mary le Bow 23 

St Mary Bothaw ' 5 

Sc Mary Colcchurch 3 

St Mary Hill 31 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. o 
StMaryMag.OldFifli-ftr. 38 

St Mary Mounthaw lo 

St Mary Somerfct 46 

St Mary Staining 1 1 

St Mary Woolchurch — i 
St Mary Woolnoth 47 

Parilhes within the Walls 2 1 93 

St Botolph Aldgate ■ 883 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — 613 

St Dunftan Weft 285 

St George Southwark — 401 
St Giles Cripplegjte — 1527 

St Olave Southwark 806 

ilhes without tlic Walls 4736 Buried 7737 Plague 



— 42 

— 20 

— 19 

— 55 

St Matthew Friday-ftreec 16 

St Michael BafTifli aw 33 

St Michael Cornhill 28 

St Michael Ciookcd-lane 29 

St Michael Quecnhiche — 41 

St Michael Qiicrne 14. 

St Michael Royal 12 

St Michael Wood-ftreet-- 10 

St Mildred Brcad-ftrecc— 25 

St Mildred Poultry 46 

St Nicholas Aeons 3 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 20 

St Nicholas Olave 14 

St Olave Hart-ftrecc 59 

St Olave Jewry — 16 

St Olave Silvcr-ftreet 35 

Sc Pancras Soper-lane — y 

St Peter Cheap — 9 

St Peter Cornhill 38 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 22 

Sc Peter Poor 30 

St Stephen Coleman-ftreeti 53 

St Stephen Walbrook — 27 

St Swithin 42 

St Thomas Apoftle 14 

Trinity Parilh 29 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter — 29 

Burled 3279 Plague o 

St Saviour Southwark — 6^2 

St Sepulchre's Parilh 723 

St Thomas Southwark — 78 

Trinity Minories 29 

At the Peft-houfe o 



I 



I 



1684. 



N 



Clu-]ft Church 195 

St Giles in the Fields — 1318 

Sc John at Hackney 106 

St James Clerkenwcll — 400 
St Katherine by the Towen 34 



•3S7 



Lambeth Parifli — 
St Leonard Shoreditch — .739 
St Magdalen Bcrmondrey5i 6 
St Mary Iflington — — 1 27 
St Mary Newingron 280 



St Mary Whitechapel— icCo 

St Paul Shadwcll 52 j 

Rotherhith Parilh 18S 

Stepney Pariih 



2171 



Chriftencd in the fourteen Out Parifhcs in Middlefex and Surrey 4660 
Buried S043 Plague o 



St Clement Danes 5S2 

St Paul Covent Garden 203 



f^ A Bortive and Stillborn 752 
jt\. Aged and Bedridden 1 476 
Ague and Fever 2836 



St Martin in the Fields 2362 I St Margaret WeflminfterSSi 
St Mary Savoy l^^ I Whereof at the Pefl-houfc o 



Chriftened in the five Parifhcs in the City and Liberties of Wcftminflcr. 3 11 J 

Buried 4143 Plague o 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



Apoplexy and Suddenly — 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 
and Flux — j 

Burnt and Scalded — — 

Burden and Rupture 

Cancer and Canker 

Childbed 

Chrifonies and Infants 

Colick and Wind 

Confumption and Tiffick 
Convulnon 



Cough and Chincough — 
Diabetes — 



Diftraifled and Lunatick — 
Dropfy and Tympany — 

Drowned — — 

Evil 



152 

33 

8 

44 

51 

322 

277 

69 

3862 

277'- 
3 

2 

38 
758 

65 

10;; 



■ 15 
• 1560 

Found dead in the Streets,&c. 7 



Executed 

Flox and Small Pox 



French Pox ■ 

Gangrene and Fiftula • 

Gout — 

Grief — — 



loS 

'59 
18 

1 1 



Griping in the Guts 2981 

Hang'd and made away? 

thcmfelves — 3 

Hcad-ach 



10 



Headmouldlhot — 

Jaundies — — 

Importhumc — — — ^— 
Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

Lcprofy — — 

Lethargy 

Livergrown — — 

Mcaflcs and Chicken Pox 

Megrims • 

Murdered — — 

Overlaid ■' 

Palfy _ 

Planet 

Pleurify • 

Poilbned — — 



I 

8 

74 

99 
89 

2 

7 

18 

6 

6 

14 

1^3 

29 

I 

2 



Qiiinfy and Thrufli 14^ 

Rickets • 576 

Rifing of the Lights 1 50 

Scald Head — 

Sciatica 

Scurvy — • - - 

Shot ' — 



Smothered 

Sores, Ulcers, and bruifcd 7 

Limbs " >• y 

Spleen — 

Spotted Fever and Purples 

St Anthony's Fire 

Starved -^ — ■ 

Stone — ' 

Stopping of the Stomach 431 

Strangury - — 

Surfeit — — - 

Teeth 

Vomiting — — - 



I 

2 

74 
a 
I 

99 

3 

»39 
1 1 

1 

44 



Wolf 
Worms 



■ 3 

■ 392 
•1198 

■ 26 

I 

■ ^9 



Males — ysys 
CHRISTENED Oemales 7127 



[1 



! Males — ' 1 9 ' 9 
Females 11283 ^Of the Plague o 
In all — 2i 



(.In all — 14702 

Increafed in the Burials this Year 2615 



11919I 
[1283 U 

>il02} 



A Gcttcril 



i5r. 



1685. 

A General BILL of all the Chrlftenlngs and Burials, 

From the i6th of December 1684, to the 15th of December 1685. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of Paiilh Clerks of London, 6cc. 



Bur. Fl. 

St A LBAN Wood-ftfeet 36 

-**■ Alhallows Barkin 76 

Alhallows Bread-ftreet — 

Alhallows Great 



Alhallows Honey-lane 

Alhallows Lefs 

Alhallows Lombard-ftrcet 35 



23 

— 5S 

— o 

— 12 



Alhallows Staining 
Alhallows the Wall 
St Alphage 



St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Aldcrfgate 

St Ann Black Friars 133 



34 
6+ 

ID 

48 
74 

59 



St Antholin's Parifli- 

St Auftin's Parifh 

St Bartliolomew Exchange 



St Bennet Fink — 

St Bennet Gracechurch — 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf— 
St Bennet Sherehog 



zo 

■27 

14 

33 
10 

56 
2 
8 
126 



21 



St Botolph Billingigate — 

Chrift Church 

StChriftopher — 

St Clement Eaftcheap — 14 
St Dionis Backchurch — 33 
St Dunftan Eaft loi 



St Edmund Lombard-ftr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 



34 
28 

44 
J2 
II 



Bar. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 85 

St Helen's 30 

St James Duke's Place — 43 
St James Garlickhithe — 66 



St John Baptilt — 
St John Evangdift 
St John Zachary • 



St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Crcechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

3t Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eafteheap — 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 

St Magnus Parlfli 

St Margaret Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret New Fi(h-ftr. 

St Margaret Patrons 

St Mary Abchurch 



27 
S 

23 
45 
7i 
56 
24 
13 
5i 
56 
42 

4 

o 

iS 

24 



St MaryAldermanbury — 35 
St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bothaw 



58 

33 

9 
I 

34 
St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. o 
St Mary Mag. Old Fifli-ftr. 37 

II 

36 
20 



St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill 



St Mary Mountliaw- 
St Mary Somerl'et 
St Mary Staining 



St Gabriel Fenchurrh — 
St George Botolph-lanc - • 

Chriftcned in the nincty-levcn 

St Andrew Holborn — 1004 
St Bartholomew Great — 79 

St Bartholomew Lefs 33 

St Bride's Parifh 400 

Bridewell Precinft 47 



St Mary Woolchurch — 
St Mary Woolnoch 



34 



Parifties within the Walls 2312 

St Botolph Aldgate 896 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — 620 

St Dunftan Weft 290 

St George Southwark — 354 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1482 
St Olave Southwark 903 



Bur. rUl 
St Martin Ironmonger- lane 5 



St Martin Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — — 

St Martin Outwich 



St Martin Vintrcy 

St Matthew Friday-ftreet 
St Michael Baflifhaw — 
St Michael Cornhill 



St Michael Crookcd-lanc 
St Michael Queenhithe — 51 



7i 
24 
12 

45 
23 
31 
32 
31 



St Michael Querne 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred Bread-ftrcet 
St Mildred Poultry 



St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry — 

St Olave Silvcr-ftreet — 
St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 
St Peter Poor 



»7 
iS 

'9 

5» 

t 

2+ 
16 

67 

20 

43 
»7 
5 
35- 
•7 
30 



St Stephen Coleman-ftreet 1 55 



St Stephen Walbrook 

St Swithin 

St Thomas Apoftle 
Trinity Parifh 



St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



3" 

9 

»3 

46 



Buried 3299 Plague o 

St Saviour Southwark — 635 

Si Sepulchre's Parilh 787 

St Thomas Southwark — 87 

Trinity Minories • 28 

At the Peft-houfc o> 



4 

4 



Bt Botolph Alderfgate — 253 

Chriilened in the fixteen Parilhes without the Walls 4878 Buried 7898 Plague o 



1685 



ChriiT: Church 



■171 



I 



Sc Giles in the Fields — 1350 

St John at Hackney 1 15 

St James Clerlcenwell • — ;^S^ 
St KatherincbytheTowcr2 2z 



.ambeth Parifh 



-254 



St Leonard Sliorcditch — 549 
St Magdalen Bermondrey507 

St Maiy inington loS 

St Mary Newington 21 5 



St Mary Wl^itccTfaper — 9I5 

St Paul Shad well 468 

Rothnhith Parifh i+ci 

Stepney Parifli 1984 



Chriftcncd in the fourteen Out PariUics in Middlefcx and Surrey 455 r 
Buried 7391 



Plague o 



St Clement Danes — —528 
St James Wellminftcr — 429 




St Paul Covent Garden 194 I St Mary Savoy — 14J 

St Martin in the Fields 2317 | St Margaret Weftminft. 101 j 

Chriftened in the fix Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminitcr 2989 

Buried 4634 Plague o 



DISEASES aad CASUALTIES. 



ABcttiVe and Stillborn 759 
Aged and Bedridden 1 163 
Aauc and Fever — 3832 



Apoplexy and Suddenly — 1 1 2 
Bloody Flux, 7 



Bleeding, 

and Flux 
Burnt ana Scalded — 
Calenture 



Cancer and CanUer 

Childbed 

Chrifomcs and Infants — 
Colick and Wind •— 



47 

14 

3 
66 

254 
5' 



Confumption and Tiffick 3502 

Convulfion 3420 

Cough and Chincough — 
Diabetes 



9 
2 

30 



Diftraded and Lunatick^- 
Dropfy and Tympany — 703 

Drowned ■ — 

Evil ^ 



66 

'03 

'9 



Executed — — 

Falling Sickncfs ■ 

Flox and Small Pox 2496 



Found dead in the Strects,?cc. 10 

French Pox 8 3 

Frighted i 

Gangrene and Fiftula- 50 

Gout -^ 7 

Grief — 9 



Griping in the Guts 2203 

Hang'd and made away") 

themfelves — J 

Headmouldfhot — — 

faundies — ^ 



Impofthume 

Kiird by feveral Accidents 

Leprofy ■ ■ 

Lethargy - — — 

Livergrown -' 

Mcafles ' ' 

Megrims 

Murdered 

Overlaid —^ 

Palfy — 

Pleurify ~ 

Poifoned • 



22 

6 
84 
106 
76 



8 

4 

197 

3 

22 
lOI 

iq 
J '6 

3 



Quinfy and Thrufh 
Rickets - 



126 

349 

»3; 

3« 
2 

90 
6 
a 

109 



Rifing of the Lights and 7 
Mother — 5 

Rupture — 

Sciatica < — 

Scurvy • 

Shot and Blown up 

Smothered ^ 

Sores, Ulcers, broken and 7 
bruifed Limbs -^ \ 

Spleen ■ 3 

Spotted Fever and Purples 333 

St Anthony's F"ire ' — i^ 

Stone and Cut of the Stone 50 
Stopping of the Stomach 403 

Strangury *■ ^ 

Surfeit ■ — - — 399 

Teeth ' — — 113S 

— 4 

Worms '- - ■ i;^ 



Vomiting 
Wen — 



! Males — 7484 
Females 7246 
In all 14730 



{Males'— II 891 
Females 11331 
In all -^ 43222 



1 



Of the Plague o 



Incrcafed in tht Burial? this Year 20 



A General 



i686. 
A General BILL of all the Chriflenings and Burials^ 

From the 15th of December 1685, to the 14th of December j686. 
According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. PI. 

Sc A LBANWoocl-ftreet 33 

^^ Alhallows Barkin 1)6 

Alhallows Bread-ftreet — 1 7 

Alhallows Great 64 

Alhallows Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows Lefs — 20 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreer 31 

Alhallows Staining 39 

Alhallows the Wall bS 

St Alphage — 46 

St Andrew Hubbard 16 

St Andrew Underfliaft — 53 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 48 

St Ann Alderfgate 51 

St Ann Black Friar3 127 

St Antholin's Parifh 1 1 

St Auftin's Parifh 27 

St Bartholomew Exchange 1 8 

St Benner Fink — 22 

St Bcnnet Gracechiirch — 1 3 
St Bcnnet Paul's Wharf — 69 

St Bennet Sherchog • 3 

St Botolph Billingigatc — 1 8 
Chrift Church — 100 

St Chriflopher — — '■ — 2 1 
.St Clement Eaftcheap — 7 
St Dionis Backchurch — ;9 

St Dunftan Eail 103 

St Edmund Lombard- ftr. 2 7 

St Ethclborough ^^ 

St Faith's • — 39 

St Gabriel Fenchurch — 9 



Bur. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 8 1 

Sc Helen's 2g 

St James Duke's Place — 3 i 
St J.imes Garlickhithe — 6i 

St John Baptilt — 3 1 

St John Evangelift 1 1 

St John Zachary 18 

St Katherinc Coleman — 40 
St Katherinc Creechurch 74 

St Laurence Jewry 66 

St Laurence Pountney — 17 
St Leonard Eaftchcap — 9 
St Leonard Foller-lane — 42 

St Magnus Paiilli 3S 

St Margaret Lothbury — 30 

St Margaret Mofes i 

St Marg.iretNewFifli-rtr. o 

St Margaret Pattons 12 

St Mary Abchurch 38 

St Mary Aldermanbury-- 27 

St Mary Aldermary 57 

Sc Mary le Bow 23 

St Mary Bothaw 5 

St Mary Colcchurch i 

St Mary Hill 36 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. o 
St Mary Mag. Old Filh-ftr. 3 1 

Sc Mary Mounthaw 1 7 

St Mary Somerlcc ^£ 

Sc Mary Staining 25 

St Mary Woolchurch — 3 
St Mary Woolnoth 34 



Bor.l 
St Martin Ironmonger-lane 14. 1 



Sc Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 



St Matthew Friday-ftreec 

St Michael BafTifliaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael QLiecnhithe — 

St Michael Querne ^— 

St Michael Royal ■ 

St Michael Wcod-ftrecc-- 
St Mildred Bread-ftrcec — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 



46. 

»5 
43 
17 
36 

30 

37 
53 

9 

»9 
10 

27 

38 
iz 
iS 

'7 



— 5.1 

— 18 

9 



St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave — 

Sc Olave Hart-Ilreet 

St Olave Jewry 

St Olave Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras Sopcr-lane — 

St Peter Cheap — 

St Peter Cornhill ■ 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor — 

St Stephen Colcman-ftrecti 36 
St Stephen Walbrook — 22 

Sc Svvithin iH 

St Thomas Apoftle 14. 

Trinity Parifh — iS 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter — 42 



I 



27 
33 



St George Botolph-lane — 1 6 

Chriftened in the ninety-fcven Parifhes within the Walls 2211 Buried 3163 Plague o 



I 



Sc Andrew Hoiborn 978 

St Bartholcnicw Great — 79 
St Bart'aoloniew LeJs — 45 

St Bride's Parifh 435 

Bridewell Precinct 35 

St Borolph Aldcrlgate — 239 



St Botolph Aldgate 776 

St Botolph Bifliopfgate — 61 1 

Sc Dunrtan Welk 274 

St George Southwark — 39 1 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1522 
St Olave Southwark 780 



St Saviour Southwark — 585 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 739 

Sc Thomas Southwark- — 82 

Trinity Minories > 16 

At the Pcft-houfe o 



ClirilUiied in the Ikteen Pariihcs without the Walls 4927 Buried 7587 Plague o 



I 



1686. 

Chrlft Church — « —178 Lambeth Parifli 303 

St Leonard Shoreditch — 493 
St Magdalen Bermondfey 464 

St Mary Iflington 129 

St Mary Newington 242 

Chriftened in the fourteen Out Pariflies in Middlefex and Surrey 4574 
Buried 7482 Plague o 



Scjohn at Hackney no 

St Giles in the Fields — 1374 
St James Clcrkenwell — 413 
St Katheriiie by theTower220 



St Paul Shadvvcll 
Rotherhith Parifh 
Stepney Parifh — 



pel —978 

— 5^5 
—171 

-188a 



St Ann Weftminfter 244 

St Clement Danes 606 



St Mary Savoy 



St Margaret Weftminfter 865 



St Paul Covent Garden 214 
St Martin in the Fields 1471 

» St James Weftminfter — 837 
Chriftened ip the feven Parifties in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 2982 
Buried 4377 Plague o 



140 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortlvc and Stillborn 597 
Aged and Bedridden 1165 

Ague and Fever 4185 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 129 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, ~ 
and Flux 



iy Flux, 7 

Burnt and Scalded — — 

Burften and Rupture • 

Cancer and Canker ■■ 

Childbed 

Chincough 



47 



9 

25 

65 

288 

2 

224 

38 



Chrifomes and Infants — 

Colick and Wind ■ 

Confumption and TifTick 3569 

Convulfion 3731 

Diabetes i 

Diftraded and Lunatick — 3 1 

Dropfy and Tympany 842 

Drowned - 92 

Evil 108 

Exceflive Drinking 2 

Executed — — 16 

Flox and Small Pox 1062 



Found dead in the Streets,&c. 

French Pox — — 

Frighted 



Gangrene and Fiftula- 

Gout — — 

Grief 



1 1 

94 
I 

58 

13 
10 



14 



Griping in (he Guts 2605 

Hanged and made away? 
themfelves — 3 
Hcad-ach and Megrims — 

Headmouldftiot 

Jaundies 



Impofthume — — 

Killed by fcvcral Accidents 

Leprofy ^' - 

Lethargy — 

Livergrown —— ■ 

Meaflcs ■ 

Mother 

Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Palfy 

Planet — 



7 

5 
82 

114 

69 

2 

2 

17 

25 
1 

14 
96 

21 



Pleurify 

Poifoncd 

Quinly and Thrufli • 

Rickets • 

Rifing of the Lights 

Scurvy — — — 

Shot — 

Smothered 

Sores, Ulcers, and broken 7 
Limbs — y 

Spleen ■ 

Spotted Fever and Purples 

St Antliony's Fire 

Starved — — ■ 



9 
2 

132 
349 

66 

3 

4 

107 

3 

3 '4 

^3 

I 



Stone and Cut of the Stone 51 
Stopping of the Stomach 388 



Strangury 

Surfeit — 

Teeth — — 

Vomiting 

Wen 

Worms 



2 

- 338 
-I I 78 
■ 18 

I 

- 26 



{Males — 7575 
Females 71 19 
In all — '4694 



{Males — 11828') 
Females 10781 [ Of the Plague o 
In all — 22609 J 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 613 



N 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and BxxrhiU^ 

From the 14th of December 1686, to the 13th of December 1687. ^^M 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Maj;cilj^ 
By tlie Company of Parifh Clerks of LonpqNj 6cc. 



Bor. PI. 

^§t A LEAN Wood-ftreet 26 
■**■ Alhallows Barkin 



Shallows Bread-ftreet • 
Alhallows Great 



98 
18 
61 
o 



Alhallows Honey-lane — 

Alhallows Lefs • 

Alhallows Lombard- ftreet 26 
Alhallows Stainin 
Alhallows the Wa 
St Alphage 



42 
6z 
45 
J? 



Bur. PI 

St Gregory by St Paul's S7 

St Helen's r- 40 

St James Duke's Place — 33 
St James Garlickhithe — 48 



St John Baptift — 
St Jolin Evangelift 
St John Zachary 



St Andrew Hubbard 

St, Andrew Undcrfliaft — 52 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 43 
St Ann Alderfgate - 
St Ann Black Friars — 
St Antholin's Parifh - 
St Auftin's Parifh 



31 

107 
26 

26 



St Bartholomew Exchange 20 
St Bennet Fink ^— — 



'5 
3t Bennet Gracechurch — 9 

St Bennet Paul's WWf— 48 

St Bennet Shcrchog 3 

St Botolph Billingfgate — 1 o 

Chrift Church —^lOj 

StChriftopher — 8 

Sf. Cleihent Eaftcheap — 

St Pionis Backchurch — 

S^ PunftanEali— " 



St Edmund Lombard-ftr. 

St Ethclborough — 

St Faith's 



12 
36 
99 

29 

18 

47 
'7 



St Gabriel Fenchurch -'*— 
St George Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-fevcn Paplhes within the Walls 2104 



St Katherine Coleman — - 
St Katherine Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Poller- lane— ^ 

St Magnus Parifh. 

St Margaret Lothbury — 41 

St Margaret Mofes 3 

St Margaret New Fifh-ftr. o 
St Margaret Pattons— — 7 



29 

9 
26 

43 
63 
66 

6 

38 
43 



St Martin Ironmonger-lane 7 
St Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars 



4S 
20 

14 
48 
28 

3S 
40 
22 

•5 

3 

3-«, 
St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. o 

S: Mary iMag. Old Fifh-ftr. 40 



St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch ■ 

St Mary A.ldermanbury — 

St Mary A|dermary 

St Mary le Bow 

S\ Mqry Bpthaw — —, 
St Mary Colechurch — ■. — 
St Mary Hill 



St Andrew Hplborii 842 

St Bartholomew Great — 92 

St Bartholomew Lcfs 45 

St Bride's Parifh 345 

Bridewell Precinfl 34 

St Botolph Alderfgate — 199 



,St Botolph AJdgate 756 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — 552 
St Dunftan Weft « ■■ -242 
St George South wark — 291 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1463 
St Olave SouthwarkI 6S3 



St Mvj Mounthaw 

St Mary Somcrfet •—. — ^ 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch — 
St Mary Woolnoth 



St Matthew Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Bafliftiaw 

St Michael Cornhill 



St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Queenhithe — 47 



Bur. PL 

o 

29 

34 g 

25 ■ 
25 



St N^ichael Querne 
St Michael. Royal - 



fSt Michael Wood-ftreet- - 
jSt Mildred; Brcad-ftrcet — 

iSt Mildred Poultry 

:St Nicholas Aeons 

;St Nicholas Colcabby — 
jSt Nichpjas Olave- 
St Olavc H^rt- ftreet— 

St Olave Jewry 

St Olave Silver-ftfeet • 
St Pancras Soper-lanc 

St Peter Cheap ^ 

Sc Peter CornhjU 



1.8 
7 

IL 

25 

37 
z 

20 
6 

5» 
16. 

34 
12, 

5, 

38 

12 
2.7 



St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor :— 

St Stephen Coleman-ftrceti i^ 
St Stephen WaJbr.QQk — 19. 
StSwithin ' 25 

14 
II 

49. 



St Thomas ApofUc 
Trinity Parifh 



StYed^ft*. alias Foftcr — 



Buried 2907 Plague o 

St Saviour Southwark — 575 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 669 

St Thomas Southwark — • 85 

Trinity Minories 19 

At the Peft-houie — — o 



I 
I 

I 

I 



Chril\cned in the fixteen Parifhes without the Walls 4781 Burled 6892 Plague o 




b 



Chrift Church — —^183 
St Dunftah at Stepney — 1984 
St Giles in the Fields — 1283 
St James Clerkenwell — 373 
St John at Hackney 86 



xSSV. 



StKathcrine by theTowerz r^ 

Lambeth Parifh 279 

St Leonard Shored itch — 5 1 5 
St Mary Iflington 1 05 



St Mary Newlngton — 
St Mary Wliitechapel - 
St Paul Shadwetl 



Rotherhith Parifh 



St Magdalen Bermondfey 395 

Chriftened in the fourteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 482 1 
Buried 7186 Plague o 



2(^9 

941 
421 
136 



St Ann Weftminfter — 388 

St Clement Danes 555 

^ft St James Weftminfter — 933 

ABortive and Stillborn 733 
Aged and Bedridden! 231 
Ague, Calenture and Fever2847 

no 



St Margaret Weftminfter 885 I St Mary Savoy 

St Martin in the Fields 1379 I ^^ P^"' Covent Garden 

Parifhes in the City and L?bert!es of Weftminfter 3245 
Buried 4475 Plague o 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



219 



Apoplexy and Suddenly - 

Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 

and Flux — 3 

Burnt and Scalded 

Burften and Rupture 

Cancer and Canker 

Childbed 

Choaked 

Chrifomes and Infants 

Colick and Wind 

Confumption and Tiflick 

Convul/ion 



Diftrafted and Lunatick — 

Dropfy and Tympany 

Drowned 

Evil 



26 




ExcelTive Drinking 
Executed - 



3 
36 

747 
74 

99 
I 

12 



I 

52 
1 1 



Falling Sicknefs — i 

Flox, Small Pox and Meaflesi55 1 
Found dead in theSrreets,&c. 7 

French Pox 87 

Frighted 

Gangrene and Fiftula 

Gout and Sciatica — 

Grief 1 

Griping in the Guts 2542 

Hanged and made away 7 
themfelvcs — j 
Head-ach and Megrims — 4 

Headmouldfhot — 9 

Jaundies _— _ 6i 

Impofthume 80 

Kiird by feveral Accidents 66 

Leprofy 2 

Lethargy 

Livergrown 
Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Palfy 



4 

^7 
20 

79 
20 



Planet and Blafted 

Pleurify ' 

Poifoned ■ 

Quinfy and Thrufti • — 

Rickets — — 

Kifing of the Lights — 

Scurvy — - 

Shot and Wounded — — 

Smothered • 

Sores, Ulcers, bruifed 
and broken Limbs 

Spleen 

Spotted Fever and Purples 

St Anthony's Fire ■ 

Stone and Cut of the Stone 
Stopping of the Stomach 

Strangury 

Surfeit 

Teeth • — 

Vomiting - 

Wen — 

Worms 



5 
28 



} 



«7 

377 

92 

57 
6 

3 

87 

z 

144 

10 

62 

379 

4 

292 

1152 

»7 
I 

J9 



! Males — 7737 
Females 7214 
In all — 1495 1 



f Malts — 1 1 1 74 > 
Females 10286 [of the Plague o 
In all — 21460J 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 1149 



N2 



A General 



i688. 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 13th of December 1687, to the i ith of December 1688. 

According to the Report made to the King's mofl excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, 6cc. 



Bor. PI. 
St A LB AN Wood-ftreet33 
-**- Alhallows Barkin 88 
Alhallows Bread-ftreet — 20 

Alhallows Great 61 

Alhallows Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows Lefs — 19 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 26 



Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows the Wall 

St Alphage — 



St Andrew Hubbard- 



50 
67 

40 

20 

St Andrew Underlhaft — 51 

St Andrew Wardrobe — 58 

St Ann Alderfgatc — — 36 

St Ann Black Friars 148 

St Antholin's PariHi 10 

St Auftin's Parilli 24 

St Bartholomew Exchange 1 4 

Sc Bennct Fink 21 



St Bcnnet Graccchurch — 
St Bennct Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Shcrchog 

St Botolph Billinglgate— 

Chrift Church — — 

St Chriftopher ■ ~- 

St Clement Eaftcheap — 
St Dionis Backchurch -— 

St Dunftan Eaft 

St Edmund Lombard-ftr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's 

St Gabriel Fenchurch — 



7 
54 

4 

>4 

1 10 

8 
18 

52 
98 
29 
22 

53 
10 

14 



fiur. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 9 1 

St Helen's 

St James Duke's Place — 
St James Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift — ■•— — 

St John Evangclift 

St John Zachary 

St Kathcrine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Fofter-lane- — 

St Magnus Parilh 

St Margaret Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret New Fifti-ftr. 



St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 
Sr Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwlch 
St Martin Vintrcy 



44 
39 

SI 
24 

12 

18 
4a 

79 

47 
iS 

12 

34 
52 

1 1 
o 

18 
8 

53 
18 

17 
54 
33 



St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldermanbury— 25 

St Mary Aldermary - 

St Mary Ic Bow — 

St Mary Bothaw — 

St Mary Colechurch- 

St Mary Hill 



St George Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-fcven 

St Andrew Holborn 871 

St Bartholomew Great — 76 
St Bartholomew Lefs -— 37 

St Bride's Parilli ^f,6 

Bridewell Prccinft 26 

Sr Botolph Alderl'gate — 213 
Cliriftcned in the fixteen Par 



St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr, 
St MaryMag.Old Fifh-ftr. 



33 

31 
5 
2 

30 
o 

42 



Pariflies within the Walls 2070 

St Botolph Aldgare ——780 
St Botolph Bifhopfgate — 558 

St Dunftan Weft 297 

St George South wark — 382 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1502 
St Olave Southwark 825 



St Mary Mounthaw 
St Mary Somcrfet 
St Mar)' Staining 



St Mary Woolchurch — o 
St Mary Woolnoth — ' — 29 
St Matthew Friday- ftrect 17 

St Michael Baffifhaw 35 

St Michael Cornhill 39 

St Michael Crooked-lane 35 
St Michael Qiieenhithe — 35 



St Michael Querne 
St Michael Royal- 



St Michael Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread-ftrect — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry — 

St Olave Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap — 

Sr Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor 

St Stephen Coleman-ftreeti 24 
St Stephen Walbrook — 17 
St Swithin 24. 

39 

»9 

42 



25 

7 
1 1 

29 

4i 
i 

»5 
'4 

63 

18 

36 
II 

12 

30 
20 

3+ 



St Thomas Apoftle 
Trinity Parifti 
StVedaft, alias Fofter — 



n 



Buried 3124 Plague 

St Saviour Southwark — 628 

St Sepulchre's Parilh 728 

St Thomas Southwark — 86 

Trinity Minories 18 

At the Peft-houfe — — o 



ilhcs without the Walls 4701 Buried 7383 Plague o 



I 



thrift Church i6i 

St Dunftan at Stepney — 1226 
St Giles in the Fields — 1375 
St James ClerkenwcU — 39 1 
St Johrj at Hackney 122 



6SS. 

St Kathcrine by thcTowcra 1 1 
Lambeth Parifh 306 

St Leonard Shoreditch — 487 



Si Mary Newington ■ ayo 
St Mary VVhitechapcl— 1073 

St Paul Shadwcll 391 

Rothcrliith Parifli 169 



St Mary Iflington 162 

St Magdalen Bermondrey484 

Chriftened in the fourteen Out Parillics in Middlefex and Surrey 466^ 
Buried 7828 Plague o 



St Ann Weftminfter 
Sc Clement Danes — 



-432 
■567 



St Mary Savoy 09 

St Paul Covent Garden iy5 



St Margaret Weftminfter937 
St Martin in the Fields 1394 
St James Weftminfter — 962 

Chrirtencd in the feven Parifties in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3 1 5 1 

Buried 4586 Plague o 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 651 
Aged and Bedridden 1 38 2 

Ague and Fever 3^9^ 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — X19 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, "^ 
and Flux — 



26 



3 

24 
2 

5+ 

53 

355 



Burnt and Scalded — — 

Burftcn and Rupture • 

Calenture 

Cancer — 

Canker and Thrufti 

Childbed 

Chincough, Cold, and 7 
Cough — i ^ 

Chrifomes and Infants 209 

Colick and Wind 25 

Confumption and Tiffick 3867 

Convulfion • 443i^ 

Diabetes • 4 

Diftraftcd and Lunatick— 26 
Dropfy and Tympany — 842 

Drowned — 66 

Evil ■ 100 



Exceflive Drinking 

Executed 

Falling Sicknefs 



17 

— — 2 

Flox, Small PoxandMcaQesi3 1 8 

Found dead in the Streets,&c. 14 

French Pox 



Frighted 



76 
2 
62 

22 
4 



Gangrene and Fiftula 

Gout and Sciatica — ^ • — 

Grief — 

Griping in the Guts ^393 

Hang'd and made away 7 
themfelves — 3 
Hcad-ach and Megrims — 
Headmouldftiot — — — 

Jaundies 

Impofthume ■ — • — 

Kiird by feveral Accidents 

Leprofy — — 

Lethargy 

Livergrown — — 

Murdered — — 

Overlaid ■ — - ■ • — 



20 

5 

15 

83 

77 

97 
1 

2 

31 
30 



Palfy . 

Pleurify 

Poifoned — 
Qiiinfy ■ 
Rickets 



Rifuig of the Lights — 

Scurvy 

Shot ■ 

Smothertd and Stilled — 
Sores,Ulcers, and bruiied 7 
broken Limbs J 

Spleen ■ — - 

Spotted Fever and Purples 

St Anthony's Fire ■ 

Stone — 



'9 

2 

9 

346 

89 

55 

2 

2 

So 



Stopping of 
Strangury — 
Surfeit — • — 
Teeth 



tlie Stomach 



Vomiting — — 

Wen - 

Worms 



»39 
6 

5» 

398 

5 

330 

1497 
10 

I 

40 



! Males — 7487 
Females 7101 
In all — 14588 



! Males — 1 1763'} 
Females n 158 [ Of the Plague o 
In all — 22921 J 




Increafcd in the Burials this Year 1461 



A General 



1689. 

A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the nth of December 1688, to the 17th of December 1689. 
According to the Report made to the King and Queen their moft excellent Majefties,^^^B 



By tlie Company of Parilh Clerks of London, 8cc. 



Bur. PI, 

St A LEAN Wood-ftreet25 

-*»• Alhallows Barkfn c)-] 

Alhallows Bread-ftreet — 24 

Alhallows Great 6i 

Alhallows Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows Lefs — 1 5 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 25 

39 
8 1 

42 
20 

50 

75 

42 

118 

14 
25 



Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows the Wall 

St A Iphage 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Alderfgate 

St Ann Black Friars - 
St Antholin's Parilh - 
St AuRin's Parilh — 
St Bartholomew Exchange 20 

St Bennet Fink — 

St Bennec Gracechurch — 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf — 
St BeiincC Sherehos; 



18 
'3 
5i 
3 
14 



1 1 



St Botolph Billingigate — 

Chrift Church — 1 

St Chrillopher — 

St Clement Eaftcheap — 19 
St Dionis Backchurch — 31 

St Dunftan Eall — 110 

St Edmund Lombard- fir. 32 

St Ethclborough 22 

St Faith's 44 

9 
14 



Bur. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 70 
St Helen's 



St James Duke's Place — 
St James Garlickhithe — 

St John Baptift 

St John Evangelift 

St John Zachary 

St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 

St Magnus Parilh 

St Margaret Lothbury— 30 

St Margaret Moles 3 

St Margaret New Fifli-ftr. o 

St Margaret Pattons- \ 5 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 5 



46 
52 

58 
20 

10 

17 
45 
77 
67 
18 

9 
30 
45 



.St Martin Ludgate 44 

St Martin Orgars — — 18 

St Martin Outwich 6 

St Martin Vintrey 52 

St Mary Abchurch 31 

StMaryAldcrmanbury — 34 
St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bochaw 



34 

^3 

5 

3 

o 
St Mary Mag' Old Fifli-ftr . 4 1 



St Mary Colcchurch 

St Mary Hill 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 



.St Gabriel Fenchurch • — 
St George Botolph-lane-- 

Chriftened in the nincty-feven Parifhes within the Walls 2079 



St Andrew Holborn — 
St Bartholomew Great 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 
St Bride's Parilh 



-961 

■ 83 
- 4.7 
•351^ 

Bridewell Precinft 15 

St Botolph Alderfgate — 227 



St Botolph Aldgate 771 

St Botolph Bilhopfgate — 603 

St Dnnftan Weft 279 

St George Southwark — 327 
St Giles Cripi^legatc — 1 530 
St Olave Southwark 757 



St Mary Mounthaw— 

St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch — 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew Friday-ftreec 
St Michael Baffifliaw — 

St MichaeJ Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Queenhithe — 
St Michael Querne — — 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wooil-ftreet 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons — — 
St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry - ■ — 
St Olave Silver-ftreet ■ — 
Sc Pancras Soper-lane — 
St Peter Cheap — ■ ■ ♦• 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 
St Peter Poor 



Bar. Pt 
10 

38 

10 

I 

26. 
26 
21 

35 

36 
IX 

10 
r3 

23 
28 

z 

'I 

61 

19 
32 

7 
10 

27 
'7 
29. 



I 



St Stephen Coleman-ftrecl 137 
St Stephen Walbrook — i£_ 

St Swithin 



St Thomas Apoftle 
Trinity Parilh- 



St Vedaft, alias Fofter — 



3i 

20 

15. 



il 



Buried 3035 Plague^o^ 

St Saviour Southwark ^-6^^, 

St Sepulchre's Parilh— 747 

St Tlwmas Southwark — 81 

Trinity Minories 36 

At the Peft-houfe o. 



Chriftened in the fixtcen Parilhes without the WalJs 4705 Buried 7477 Plague o^ 



1 68^. 



I 



thrift Church — tyi 

St Dunftaa 31: Stepney — 2187 
St Giles in the Fields — 1515 
St James Clerkenwell — 454 
St John at Hacliney 1 50 



St Katherine by thcTower242 
Lambeth PariJh 299 



St Paul Shadwcll 
Kotherhith Parifli 



St Leonard Shoredirch — ^^6 
St Mary IfTington — — iii 
St Magtlalen Bermondfey454 

Chriftencd in the fourteen Out Parifhe? in Middlefex and Surrey 4656 
Buried 8 133 Plague o 



St Mary Newirtgtoh 1 7 « 

St MaryWhitcchapel — i lal 



■4-54 
IJ9 



St Ann WtlVminfter - —455 

St Clement Danes -556 

St James Wcllminfter 1015 



St Margaret Weftminft. 1044 
St Martin in the Fields 1454 



St Mary Savoy — ■ • 
St Paul Covent Garden 



124 
210 




Chriilened in the fcvcn Pariflies in tlie City and Liberties of Wellminfter 3337 

Buried 4S.5S Plague o 

DISEASES and CASUALTIESi 



20 



ABortive and Stillborn 6^^ 
Aged and Bedridden 1242 

Ague and Fever — 33 '1 

Ajx)plc)£y and Suddenly — 106 

Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 

and Flux — 5 

Burnt ana Scalded — — 9 

Burrtcn and Rupture 22 

Calenture 2 

Cancer, Canker and Thrulh 122 

Childbed -- — — 316 

Chrifomes and Infants — 229 

Colick and Wind •-* 51 

Confumption and TifTick 39S1 
Convulfion • 4452 

<^ut of the Stone and Stone 50 

Diabetes ■ 

Diftraded and Lunatick — 
Dropfy and Tympany — 

Drowned 

Evil 



I 

22 

971 

71 
66 



Excefllve Dnnking 



12 
I 



Executed — — — — •- 

Falling Sicknefs - 

Flox,SmallPoxandMeanesi389 
Found dead in the Streets, &c. 16 

French Pox — — 1 1 1 

Gangrene and Filtula 60 

Gout and Sciatica ' 10 

Grief ^ — 5 

Griping in the Guts 2804 

Hang'd and made away 7 
themfelves — 3 
Head-ach and Megrims-^ 
Headmouldfhot • — — 
laundies ■ 



10 



Impofthume 

Kill'd by fevcral Accidents 
Leprofy and Scald Head 

Lethargy 

Livcrgrown 

Murdered - 

Overlaid < 

Palfy — 



4 
I.? 
66 

65 
105 

2 

9 
'3 

18 

109 
'7 



Pleurify 

Poifoned — 

Quinfy • 

Rheumatifm 
Rickets 



Rifing of the Lights 

Scurvy — 

Shot 

Smothered — 



Sores, Ulcers, bruifed and 7 
broken Limbs ■ — 3 

Spleen > 

Spotted Fever and Purples 
St Anthony's Fire — ■ — — 
Stabbed and Wounded ^— 

Starved — — 

Stopping of the Stomach 

Strangury 

Surfeit 
leeth - 
V^omiting 
Worms 



t 

35^ 
8X 

6? 

'4- 
2 

77 

7 

129 

14 

2 

I 

425 

4 

1390 
10 

4a 



! Males >- 
Females 
InaU 



• ?6o4 
7167 

'477' 



BURIED 



{Males — 
Females 
InaU — 



Increafed in the Burials this Year 581 




OF the Plague 6 



A Grner4l* 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenlngs and Burialsj 

From the 17th of December 1639, to the 16th of December 1690. 
According to die Report made to the King and Queen their mod excellent Majeftics, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. PI. 
St A LEAN Wood-ftrcct 25 
■**> Alhallows Barkin 123 
Alhallows Bread-ftreet — 13 
Alhallows Great 



'Alhallows Honey-lane — 

Alhallows Lefs 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 

Alhallows Staining ■ 

Alhallows the Wall 

St Alphage — 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underlhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Alderfgate 

iSt Ann Black Friars 149 

CSt Antholin's Parifh 19 

ISt Auftin's Parifh 20 

St Bartholomew Exchange 20 



75 
o 

25 
a8 
20 

77 
3' 
19 
4' 
5» 
31 



St Bennet Fink — 
St Bennet Gracechurch — 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf — 
St Bennet Sherehog 



20 

13 

35 

I 

10 

93 

5t Clement Eaftcheap — 1 3 
Si Dionis Backchurch — 40 
St Dunftan Eaft 107 

?t Edmund Lombard- ftr. 26 

|St Fthf Iborough 30 

•Sr Faith's ^S 

St Gabriel Fenchurch — 1 1 



St Botolph Billingl'gate- 
rChrill Church — — — 
tet Chriftopher — 



Bur. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 6y 
St Helen's 



St James Duke's Place — 
St James Garlickhithe — 

St John Baptift — 

St John Evangclift 

St John Zachary 

St Katherine Coleman. — 
St Katherine Crcechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 

St Magnus Parifli 

St Margaret Lothbury — 34 

St Margaret Mofes 7 

St Margaret New Fifli-ftr. o 

St Margaret Pattons 14 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 4 
St Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 



39 
28 

45 
21 

8 

'9 
45 
69 

45 
16 

4 

57 
40 



49 
1 + 
1 8 

44 
24 
32 
24 
22 

9 

4 

23 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. o 

StMaryMag.01dFi(h-ftr. 40 



St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldcrmanbury- 

St Mary Aidermary 

St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bothaw 



St Mary Colechurch - 
St Mary Hill 



St Mary Mounthaw • 
St Mary Somerlct — 
St Mary Staining 



St Mary Woolchurch — 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew Friday-ftreet' 

St Michael BafWhaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Queenhithe — 

St Michael Querne 

St Michael Royal • 



St Michael Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry — 

St Olave Silver- ftreec — 
St Paiicras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap — . 

St Peter Cornhill — 



St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor — • 

St Stephen Coleman-ftreet 1 46 



I 
I 



St Stephen Walbrook 

St Swidiin 

St Thomas Apoftle 

Trinity Parifli 

St Vcdaft, alias Fofter — 



StGforge Botolph-lane — 14 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parifties within the Walls 2228 Buried 2907 Plague 



2: 

38 



J 



St Andrew Holborn ■ 9 1 5 

St Bartholomew Great — 70 
.St Bartholomew Lefs — ^3 

Sr Bride's Parilh -357 

BridewelfPrecind 29 

5c Botolph Alderfgate — 170 



St Botolph Aldgate 66y 

St Botolph Biftiopfgate — 542 

St Dunftan Weft 277 

St Geot^e Southwark — 400 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1325 
St Olave Southwark y^c} 



St Saviour Southwark — 582 

St Sepulchre's Parifti ^653 

St Thomas Southwark — oi 

Trinity Minories j n 

At the Peft-houfe a 



Chriftened in the fixteca Parifties widiout the Walls 4827 Buried 6869 Plague o 



1690. 



Chrift Church — ——139 
St Dunftan at Stepney — 1872 
St Giles in the Fields — 1 274 
St James Clerkenwell — 383 
St John at Hackney 100 



St Mary Newlngton ■ 298 
St Mary Whitechapel — 1019 
St Paul Shadwell 445 



St Katherine by thcToweraoo 

Lambeth Parifli 290 

Sc Leonard Shoreditch — 513 

St Mary Idington 94 

St Magdalen Bermondfey 450 

Chriftened in the fourteen Out Parifhes in Middlcfex and Surrey 481 1 
Buried 7244 Plague o 



RotlierhitJi Parilh 167 



St Ann Weftminfter --!-4io 
St Clement Danes 537 



St Margaret Weftminfter 93 1 
St Martin in the Fields 1358 



St Mary Savoy 



_ St Paul Covent Garden 
St James Weftminfter — 908 

Chriftened in the feven Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3345 

Buried 4441 Plague o 



100 
197 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 568 
Aged and Bedridden 1365 
Ague and Fever 335° 



^ 



106 

23 

7 
28 



Apoplexy and Suddenly — 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 
and Flux — 3 

Burnt and Scalded — — 

Burften and Rupture 

Calenture i 

Cancer, Canker and Thrufti 118 

Childbed — — 236 

Chrilbmes and Infants — 221 

Colick and Wind 5 1 

Confumption and Tifllck 3783 



Convulfion 



Cough and Chincough 
Diabetes 



3830 



Diftraded and Lunatick — 

Droply and Tympany 

Drowned -^— ^— 

Evil 

Excefllve Drinking 

Executed — — ■- ■ -^- 



10 

4 

24 

943 
72 

82 

2 

22 



Falling Sicknefs — i 

Flox, Small Pox and Mcaflcs 778 



Found dead in the Streets,&c. 

French Pox — 

Gangrene and Fiftiila- 



Gout and Sciatica 
Grief 



9 
93 
53 
30 
12 

Griping in the Guts — - — 2269 
Hanged and made away 7 
themfelves — 3 
Head-ach and Megrims — 

Headmouldftiot 

Jaundies — 

Impofthume — — 

Killed by feveral Accidents 

Leprofy — — — 

Lethargy — — — 

Livergrown 

Murdered • 

Overlaid ■ 

Palfy 



Planet-ftruck 



23 

6 

6 

74 
68 

72 
I 

5 
12 

»9 

125 

20 
I 



Pleurify — 
Poifoned — 
Quinfy — 
Rhcumatifm 
Rickets 



Rifing of the Lights 

Scurvy — - 

Shot — 

Smothered 

Sores and Ulcers — 
Spleen 



14 

I 

7 

334 
90 

73 

7 

8 

69 

I 



Spotted Fever and Purples 203 

St Anthony's Fire 

Stabbed — — 

Stone ■ ■ - — — 



Stopping in the Stomach 

Strangury — 

Surfeit — 

Teeth — — — 

Vomiting — 

Worms 

Wounded ■ ■ ■ — 



»7 
3 

50 

549 

a 

316 

H45 

3 

29 

4 



[Males — 7909 
Females 7302 
In all — '5211 



{Males — 1 1 144") 
Females 103 17 iof the Plague o 
In all — 21461 J 



Decreafcd in the Burials this Year 2041 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenlngs and Burials, 

From the i6th of December 1690, to the 15th of December 1691. 
According to the Report made to the King and Queen their mod excellent Majellies, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of LondoNj 6cc. 



A 



Bur. PI. 



St A LBAN Wood-ftreet 23 
■**• Alhallows Barkin 00 



Alhallows Bread-ftrcet- 
Alhallows Great 



Alhallows Honey-lane^ — 
Alhallows Lefs 



90 

30 

7' 

o 

20 



AlhallowsLombard-ftreet 31 
Alhallows Staining 
Alhallows the Wall 
'St AlphagC' 



38 

48 

25 
21 

48 

65 
a6 

150 

14 

24 

St Bartholomew Exchange 10 



St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Aldcrfgate 

St Ann Black Friars — 
St Antholin's Parifh - 
St Audi n's Pari fli 



StB 



en net 



Fink 



16 
8 



St Bennet Gracechurch- 

St Ben net Paul's Wharf— 46 



St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph Billingfgate — 

Chrift Church — 

St Chriftopher — 



3 

14 
99 
»4 
St Clement Eaftcheap -— 17 
St Dionis Backchurch — 24 



St Dunrtan Eafl — 

St Edmund Lombard-ftr. 

St EthelborouCTh 

St Faith's 



90 

44 
24 

37 
iS 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 
St George Botolph-lanc — 1 3 
Chriftencd in the ninety-feven 

St Andrew Holborn -— 1C05 
St Bartholomew Great — 84 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 41 

St Bride's Parifh 360 

Bridewell Precind- zS 

St Botolph Alderlgatc — 196 



Bur. PL 
St Gregory by St Paul's 74 
St Helen's 



St James Duke's Place — 
St James Garlickhithe — 

St John Baptift — 

St John Evangelift ■ 

St John Zachary 

St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 
St Laurence Jewry 



St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus Parilh 



29 

3S 

16 

8 

10 
46 

9a 
60 
20 

9 

37 
39 



St Margaret Lothbury — 33 

St Margaret Mofes 6 

St Margaret New Fifli-ftr, o 
St Margaret Pattons— — — 19 
St Martin Ironmonger-lane 7 

47 
16 

H 
53 
36 
36 
34 
21 
8 



St Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 



St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldcrmanbury — 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bothaw — — 

St Maiy Colechurch 

St Mary Hill 



29 
o 



St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Mag. Old Fifli-ftr. 33 

Pariflies within the Walls 2 1 79 

St Botolph Aldgate ■ 726 

St Botolph Bifliopfgate — 5 1 7 

StDunftanWcft 295 

St George Soiithwerk — 360 
St Giles Cripplcgatc — 144S 
St Olavc Southwark 793 



St Mary Mounthaw- 
St Mary Somcrfet — ■ — 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch — 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew Friday-ftrcet 

St Michael Baffifhaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Qiieenhithc — 

St Michael Querne 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-ftreet- 
St Mildred Bread- ftrcer — • 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholaa Aeons 

St Nicholas Colcabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftrcet 

St Olave Jewry 

St Olave Silver-ftrect — 
St Pancras Soper-lanc — 

St Peter Cheap '— 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 
St Peter Poor 



Bur 
16 

34 

16 

o 

33 
16 

36 
24 
3' 
37 
»5 
26 

'7 

23 

o 

'7 

9 

50 

22 
26 

7 

'7 
35 
15 
'5 



PL 



St Stephen Coleman-ftreet i ^6 
St Stephen Walbrook — 19 

St Swithin — — • 24 

St Thomas Apoftle 1 7 

Trinity Parifh — 22 

St Vedaft, alias Fofler — 33 



Plague 



Buried 2921 

St Saviour Southwark —^553 
St Sepulchre's Parifh — y^^ 
St Thomas Southwark — 93 

Trinity Minories 2 2 

At the Peft-houle — — o 



I 



ClifiJtcncd in the fixtcen Pariflies without the Walls 4906 Buried 7278 Plague o 



T6gx, 



I 



Chrift Church — 167 

StDunftan at Stepney — 2064 
St Giles in the Fields — 1436 

St James Clerkenwell 423 

St John at Hackney loi 



St Katherine by the Tower 1 70 

Lambeth PariOi 268 

Sc Leonard Shoreditch — A28 



St Mary Idington 1 1 4 

St Magdalen Bermondfey 410 



Jewington ■ 



St Mary 

St Mary Whitechapel- 

St Paul Shadwell 

Rotherhith Parifh — 



-279 
■1062 

-453 
-136 



Chriftened in the fourteen Out Parishes in Middlefex and Surrey 4913 
Buried 7611 Plague o 



St Ann Weftminller — ;:o8 



St Margaret Weftminft. 10 1 2 
St Martin in the Fields 1491 



St Mary Savoy 

St Paul Covent Garden 



St Clement Danes 508 

St James Weftminftcr 1029 

Chriftened in die feven Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3056 

Buried 4881 Plague o 



'45 

18S 



U 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 551 
Aged and Bedridden 167 7 

Ague and Fever — 349° 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 
and Flux — J 

Burnt and Scalded 

Burften and Rupture 

Calenture 



L 



II I 
21 

4 
I 

Cancer, Canker and Thrufh 140 

Childbed 245 

Chrifomcs and Infants — 260 

Colick and Wind 33 

Confumption and TifTick 3928 

ConvuUion 4132 

Cough and Chincough — 5 

Diabetes i 

Dillra£ted and Lunatick — 1 9 

Dropfy and Tympany 677 

Drowned 8i 

Evil — - ->- 66 

Executed 36 

Falling Sicknefs — i 



Flox, Small Poxand Meafles 1 241 
Founddead in theStreets,&c. 1 1 

French Pox 

Frighted > 

Gangrene and Flftula 

Gout and Sciatica ■ 
Grief — — 



- 63 
I 

- 52 

- 20 

- 12 

Griping in the Guts 2511 

Hanged and made away 7 

themfelves — 3 
Head-ach and Megrims — 

Headmouldihot — — 

Jaundics 
Impofthume 



Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

Leprofy 

Lethargy -— — — > 

Livergrown — 

Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Palfy — ~ 

Pleurify . ■ • 



6 

'9 
75 
91 

56 
1 

3 

4 

25 

85 

14 

6 



Poifoned 

Quinfy — 

Rheumatifm — 

Rickets — — 

Rifing of the Lights 

Scurvy — — 

Shot 

Smothered 

Sores, Ulcers, bruifed 

and broken Limbs 
Spleen 



the Stomach 



Spotted Fever and Purples 

St Anthony's Fire 

Stabbed and Wounded — 

Scone 

Stopping in 
Strangled — 
Strangury - 
Surfeit — 

Teeth 

Vomiting - 
Worms 



5 

'9 

2 
264 

88 

42 

+ 
I 

49 

4 
193 

9 

4 

59 

470 

I 

t 

248 

1320 

40 

54 



[Males — 
Females 
In all — 



7662 

7392 

'5054 



{Males — 11491 1 
Females 11200 ^Of the Plague o 
In all — 22691 J 



Licreafcd in the Burials this Year 1230 



O2 



A General' 



1692. 



A General B I L L of all the Chriftenlngs and Buriak, 

December 



From the 15th of December 1691, to the 13th of December 1692. 

According to the Report made to the King and Queen their mod excclknt Majefties^ 

By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. PI. 
St A LB AN Wood-ftreet 1 7 
•**■ Alhallows Barkin ^o 
Alhallows Bread-ftreet — 
Alhallows Great 



»5 

o 



Alhallows Honey-lane — 

Alhallows Lefs — 15 

Alhallows Lombard-ftrect 28 



Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows the Wall 

St Alphage — 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft — 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann Alderfgate 

St Ann Black Friars— 
St Antholin'sParilh- 
St Auftin's Parilh 

St Bartholomew Exchange 

St Bcnnet Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch — 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Sherehog 

Sc Botolph Biilinglgate — 

Chrift Church 

St Chriftopher • — 

St Clement Eaftcheap — 
St Dionis Backchurch — 

St Dunftan Eaft 

St Edmund Lombard-ftr. 

St Ethclborough 

St Faith's — - — ^ 



26 
6^ 
3^' 
13 
4+ 

56 
29 

I3» 

«4 
1 1 

'9 
20 

9 
51 

4 
II 

93 

»3 

10 

29 

77 

35 
28 



Bur. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 69 
St Helen's ■ 



J 



St James-Duke's Place — • 
St James Garlickhithe — 

St John Baptift 

St John Evangelift ■■ 

St John Zachary 

St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Fofter-lane— 

St Magnus Parifti 

St Margaret Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofcs — 

St Margaret New Fifh-ftr. 

Sc Margaret Pattons 

Sc Martin Ironmonger-lane 
St Martin Ludgate 
St Marcin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 



»3 

10 



St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldermanbury- 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bothaw 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill 



St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 
St MaryMag.Old Fifh-ilr. 



39 
34 

39 
22 

3 

17 
41 

55 

43 

13 
I 

34 
46 

24 
2 
o 

14 
2 

30 
24 
12 

32 

31 
21 

27 

18 

6 

I 

37 
o 

32 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 
St George Botolph-lane — 

Chriftcned in the ninety-fevcn Parifhes within the Walls 2136 

St Botolph Aldgate ——713 
St Botolph BiJbopfgatc — 527 
St Dunftan Weft 262 



St Andrew Holborn 871 

St Bartholomew Great — 73 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 2 7 

St Bride's Parifti ^6^ 

Bridewell Prccinft 27 

St Botolph Alderfgace — 200 



St George Southwark — 332 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1246 
St Olave Southwark 785 



St Mary Mounthaw 
St Mary Somerfet 
St Mary Staining 



St Mary Woolchurch — 

St Mary Woolnoth — 

St Matthew Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BafliOiaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked- lane 
St Michael Queenhiche — 

St Michael Querne 

St Michael Royal- 

St Michael Wcx)d-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

Sc Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

Sc Olave Jewry — 

St Olave Silver^ftreet 

St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap — 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor 

St Stephen Coleman -ftreet 
St Stephen Walbrook — 

St Swithin 

St Thomas Apoftle 

Trinity Parifti > ■ 

StVedaft, alias Foflrr — 



Bar. Pt. 

- 6 

- 3J 

- «5 
o 

34 
15 
27 
21 

3* 

24 

16 
29 

I 

14 

53 ' 
10 

29 

5 
>4 
39 
«3 
30 
94 
29 

25 
18 

15 

3« 



Buried 2596 Plague o 

St Saviour Southwark — 535 

St Sepulchre's Parifti 598 

St Thomas Southwark — 8 7 

Trinity Minories 23 

At the Peft-houfe o 



Chriftcned in the futteen Pariflies witliout the Walls 4865 Buried 6671 Plague o 



6^ 



Chrift Churc 
StDunftan at Stepney— 2051 
St Giles in the Fields — 1353 
St James Clerkenwcll — ^53 
St John at Hackney — — ^ g^ 



I St Ann Weftminfter 462 

St Clement Danes 473 



St Katherinc 
Lambeth Parifli 



theTu\vcriS3 



2c;o 
498 



St Leonard Shorcditch 

St Mary Iflington 122 

St Magdalen Bermondfcy 40 2 



nry 



.'ewm 



gton- 



-232 



St Mary Whitcchapel — 983 

St Paul Shadwcll 430 

Rotherhith Pafifh 137 



Chriflened in the fourteen Out Pariftics in Middlefex and Surrey 40 Sx 
Buried 7234 Plague o 



St Margaret Weftminftergo; 
St Martin in the Fields 1323 



St Mary Savoy — 



, . . St Paul Covent Garden 
St James Weftminfter — 874 

kChriftened in the leven Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3036 



-141 
^93 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 521 
Aged and Bedridden 1 4 1 2 

Ague and Fever 3205 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 104 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 
and Flux 



ly Flux, 7 

Burnt and Scalded — — 

Burften and Rupture ■ 

Calenture 



21 



1 1 

36 

. 3 

Cancer, Canker and Thrufli 141 

Childbed — 218 

Chrifomes and Infants 240 

Colick and Wind 36 

Confumption and Tifllck 3512 

Convulfion 394^ 

6 

66 

23 
671 

43 
I 

77 



Cough, Chincough and 7 
Cold — i 

Cut of the Stone and Stone 
Diftrafted and Lunatick — 
Dropfy and Tympany — 

Drowned — 

Eaten up by Lice 

Evil 



Excertive Drinking 

Executed 

Falling Sicknefs — 



— 3 

— 18 

— I 
Flox, Small Pox and Meaflesi592 
Found dead in the Streets,&c. 5 
French Pox 



Frighted — 

Gangrene and Fiftula 
Gout and Sciatica — 
Grief — — 



54 
I 

34 

18 

8 



Griping in the Guts ^75^ 

Hang'd and made away 7 
themfelves — 3 

Hcad-ach and Megrims — 4 

Headmouldlhot • — —- — 1 1 

Jaundies 71 

Impofthume — — y^ 

Kiird by feveral Accidents 70 

Lcprofy — — i 

Lethargy 3 

Livergrown — — 7 

Murdered — — 19 

Overlaid - ■■ ■ S6 



Palfy 

Pleurify 

Poilbned — 
Qiiinl'y —— 
Rheumatifm 
Rickets 



Rtfing of the Lights 



Scurvy 
Shot - 



16 

3 
5 
7 

27(> 

1 1 2 

45 
5 

44 
I 



Sores and Ulcers 

Spleen ^- ■ — 

Spotted Fever and Purples 161 

St Anthony's Fire 7 

Stabbed and Wounded •■ — 7 

Stopping in the Stomach 46 S 

Strangled t 

Strangury 8 

Suffocated — i 

Surfeit — 197 

Teeth 1288 

Vomiting — — 2 

Worms ■ ■ ^' ' ^s 



{Males — 7602 
Females 7316 
In ail — 1 49 1 8 



r Males — 106; 
BURIED \ Females 10223 ^ Of the Plague 
(.In all — 20874 J 



:l 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 181 7 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burial^ 

From the 13th of December 1692, to the 19th of December 1693. ^P 

According to the Report made to the King and Queen their moft excellent Majefties, 

By the Company of Parilh Clerks of London, &c. ■ 



Bur. PI. 



St A LB AN Wood-ftrect3i 
•**• Alhallows Barkin 80 



Alhallows Bread-ftreet — 

Alhallows Great 

Alhallows Honey-lane — 
Alhallows Lefs — 



80 

25 

39 
o 

18 



Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 32 



Alhallows Staining 
Alhallows the Wall 
i>t Alphage 
St Andrew Hubbard 



40 
68 

37 
8 

46 

42 

47 



St Andrew Underfhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Aldcrfgate 

St Ann Black Friars 129 

St Antholin's Parifh 1 9 

St Auftin's Parifh 16 

St Bartholomew Exchange 22 

St B'jr.nc: Fink — 20 

St Bennct Gracechurch — S 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf— 44 

St Bennct Sherthog 5 

^St Borolph Billingfgate — 10 

jChrifl Church — 104 

StChriftophcr — 12 



St Clement Eaftcheap — 
•St Dionis Backchurch — 

St Diinftan Fall 

I St Edmund Lombard-fir. 



St Ethelborough 



St Faidi's 



69 

39 
34 

48 

'3 
J5 



Bur. n. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 89 

St Helen's 29 

St James Duke's Place — 2 1 
St James Garlickhithe — 35 

St John Baptift 23 

St John Evangelift 5 

St John Zachary 15 

St Katlierine Coleman — 42 
St Katherine Crcechurch 65 

St Laurence Jewry 60 

3t Laurence Pountney — 15 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 9 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 40 

St Magnus Parilh 32 

St Margaret Lothbury — 31 

St Margaret Mofes 6 

St Margaret New Fifh-ftr. o 

St Margaret Pattons 1 7 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 6 
St Martin Ludgate 
?t Martin Orgars - 



St Martin Outwich 



43 
iS 
16 
42 
^9 



St Manin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch 

StMaryAldermanbury — 21 
St Mary Aldcrmary 

St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bothaw 



St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Mag. Old Filh-ftr. 3 3 



31 
21 

4 
o 

o 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 
St George Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety- feven Pariflies within the Walls 2106 



St Andrew Holborn 940 

St Bartholomew Great — 78 

Sc Bartholomew Lefs 35 

St Bride's Parifli 307 

Bridewell Precinft 33 

St Botolph Aldcrfgate — 177 



St Botolph Aldgate 555 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — 499 

St Dunftan Weft 242 

St George Southwark — 402 
St Giles Cripplegatc — 1342 
St Olave Southwark 741 



St Mary Mounthaw- 

St Mary Soraerfet — — 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch — 

St Mary Woolnoth • 

St Matthew Friday-ftreet 
St Michael Baffifhaw — 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Queenhithe — 

St Michael Qucrne 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-flreet 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet 
St Mildred Poultry 



Bur. PL 
9 



St Nicholas Aeons — — 
St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Je\vry — 

St Olave Silvcr-ftreet — 
St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap — 

St Peter Cornhill — 

St Peter Paul's Wharf -^ 

St Peter Poor 

St ScephenColcman-ftrect 
St Stephen Walbrook — 

St S within ■ 

St Thomas Apoftle • . 

Trinity Parilh . 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter — 



Buried 



4i 

20 

36 

30 

3^ 
18 
20 

'7 
6 

20 

I 

1: 






to 

30" 
S 

21 

90 

2S 

41 



2740 Plague 

St Saviour Southwark — 567 

St Sepulchre's Parifh^ ^^^ 

St Thomas Southwark — 96 

Trinity Minories * 2 

At the Peft-houfe . 



f 



Chriftened in the Hxtcen Parilhes without the Walls 5050 Buried 6581 Plague o 



I 



I 



ift Church — T34 

St Dunftan at Stepney — 202+ 
St Giles in the Fields — 1 209 
St James Clcrkenwell — 393 
St John at Hackney 77 



1693. 



St Katharine by the Tower 1 8 1 
Lambeth Parifli 306 



St Paul Shadwcll 
Rotlierhith Parifh 



St Leonard Shoreditch — 484 
St Mary Iflington — — 1 50 
St Magdalen Bcrmondfcy 3S7 

Chriftened in the fourteen Out Pariflics in Middlcfcx and Surrey 5017 
Buried 7222 Plague o 



St Mary Newingtnn 249 

St MnryWhitechapcl — 1048 



-428 
15a 



St Ann Weftrminftcr 426 

Sr Clement Danes 445 

St James Weftminfter — 922 



St Margaret Weftminftcr 934. 
St Martin in the Fields 1365 



St Mary Savoy 

St Paul Covent Garden 



Chriftened in the feven Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 29S6 

Buried 4415 Plague o 



I ?o 
»9J 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 599 
Aged and Bedridden 1 262 

Ague and Fever — 32 11 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 87 
Bleethng, Bloody Flux, 7 g 

and Flux — j 

Burnt and Scalded — — 10 

Burftcn and Rupture 29 

Calenture 2 

Cancer, Canker and Thrufh r ^ 2 

Childbed 224 

Chrilbmes and Infants — 235 

Colick and Wind — 34 

Confumption and TifTick 3547 

Convulfion 4218 

Cough and Chincough — — 7 
Cut of the Stone and Stone y^ 

Diabetes i 

Diftradted and Lunatick — 1 6 
Dropfy and Tympany ■ — 608 

Drowned — 66 

Evil . S3 

Exccflive Drinking i 



Executed — 29 

Falling Sicknefs — i 

Flox, Smal 1 Pox and Mealies 1 1 64 
Found dead in the StreetSj&c. 10 

French Pox ^§ 

Gangrene and Fiftula 49 

Gout and Sciatica 16 

Grief — 15 

Griping in the Guts 1871 



Hang'd and made away? 
themfelves — \ 

Head-ach and Megrims — 
Headmouldfliot > — — 

Jaundics — 

Impofthume 

Kill'd by fevcral Accidents 

Leprofy 

Lethargy — 

Livergrown 

Murdered - 

Overlaid - 

Pally 



17 

n 
66 
61 

85 
I 

9 
7 

19 
95 

27 



Pleurify — ^ 
Poifoncd — 

Quinfy 

Rheumatifm 
Rickets 



Rifing of the Lights 

Scald Head 

Scurvy -^ 

Shot 

Smothered — 

Spleen 



3 
,■> 

4 

27S 

t 



5 
199 

4 
1 



Spotted Fever and Purples 

St Anthony's Fire ■ 

Stabbed « 

Stopping in the Stomach 484 

Strangury • 4 

Surfeit ' • 187 

Teeth • - — — 1364 

Ulcer 63 

Vomiting - — . — 8 

Worms 44 

Wounded •— 1 



{Males — 7676 I ("Males' — 10655") 

Females 7483 BURIED ] Females 10304 i Of the Plague o 

In all 15159 (.In all — 20959 J 

Increafcd in the Burials this Year 85 



A General 



1694- 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 19th of December 1693, ^^ ^^^ ^^^ °^ December 1694. 

According to the Report made to the King and Queen their moft excellent Majefties, 

By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



St 



Bur. PI. 
I,B\NWoodftreet n 
Aihallows Barkin 
^Ihalluws Bread-ftrect — 
Aihallows Great 



A' 



Alh.illuws Honey-lane — 

Aihallows Lcfs 

Aihallows Lombard-ftrcet 

Aihallows Staining 

Aihallows the Wall 

St Alphage — 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Alderfgate 

Sc Ann Black Friars 132 

St Antholin's Parifli 17 

St A uftin's Parifli 19 

St Bartholomew Exchange 28 
St Bennet Fink — — 



i' 
81 
16 

55 
o 

iS 
28 
44 
93 
3+ 
25 
62 
64 

35 



St Bennet Gracechurch — 
St Bonnet Paul's Wharf" — 
St Bennet Sherehog 



32 

14 

45 

3 

St Botolph BUlinglgate — 1 1 

Chrift Church — 1 1 1 

StChriftopher — 12 

St element Haftcheap — 22 



St Dionis Backchurch 
St Dunflan Eaft 



St Edmund Lombard ftr, 

St Ethel borough 

St Faith's 



31 

lOI 

37 
41 

59 
»4 



Bar. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 88 
St Helen's 



St James Duke's Place — 
St James Garlickhithe — 

St John Baptift — 

St John Evangelift 

St John Zachary 

St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaflicheap — 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 

St Magnus Parifli 

St Margaret Lothbury — 
St Margaret Moles 



25 
38 
35 
24 
4 
12 

71 
y6 

65 

19 
9 

57 
44 

31 
6 
2 

18 
St Martin Ironmonger-lane g 

39 

16 

St Martin Outwich 28 

St Martin Vintrey ^8 

35 
39 
34 

3' 
2 

5 

37 
St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. o 

St Mary Mag. Old Fifli- ftr. 28 



St Margaret New Fifli-ftr. 
St Margaret Pattons' 



St Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgaps 



St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldermanbury-- 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow 

St Mary Bothaw 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill 



St Mary Mounthaw — 

St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Wool noth 



St Matthew Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Bafllfliaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked -lane 
St Michael Queenhithe — ' 45 

St Michael Qiierne 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-ftreet— 



Bur. PI. 

- n 

- 3« 

- iCx 

- o 

30 
15 

2$ 
24 
41 



St Mildred Bread-ftrcet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons ^ 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olavc 

St Olave Hart-ftreer 

St Olave Jewry 

St Olave Silvcr-ftrect — 
St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf _ 
St Peter Poor — — — . 



i8t 
24 
17 

»9 

28 

4 
16 

& 
6g 
12 
40 

8 

12 

46 

45 



St Stephen Coleman-ftreetioS 
St Stephen Walbrook — 20 

St Swithin — — 24 

St Thomas Apoftle 27 

Trinity Parifli 

St Vedaft, alias Fofler — 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 
St George Botolph-lane — 1 2 

Chriftened ill the ninety-fcven Pariflies within the Walls 1951 Buried 3134 Plague 



m 



St Andrew Holborn — 1105 
St Bartholomew Great — 83 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 3^ 

.Sr Bride's Parifli 383 

Bridewell Precinft 24 



St Botolph Alderfgate — 235 

Chriftened in the fixtcen Pariflaes without the Walls 4488 



St Botolph Aldgate 738 

St Botolph Bifliopfgate — 674 

St Dunftan Weft 264 

St George South wark — 423 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1535 
St Olave Southwark -730 



St Saviour Southwark — ^580 

St Sepulchre's Parifli 668 

St Thomas Southwark — 91 
Trinity Minories '-—^— zz 
At the Peft-houfe o 



Buried 7590 



Plague o 



4 



1 694' 



ChrlftClflirch — —167 
St Dunftan at Stepney — 2298 
St Giles in the Fields — 1490 
St James Clerkenwell — 438 
St John at Hackney 93 

Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parilhes in Middlefex 



St John at Wapping 96 

St Katherine by theTowcri 20 

Lambeth Parifh 323 

St Leonard Shoreditch — 516 
St Mary Iflington 121 



St Magdalen Bermondfey 45 j 

St Mary Newingion -235 

St Mary Whitcchapel — 937 

St Paul Shadwell 491 

Rotherhith Parifh 159 

and Surrey 4218 



St Ann Weftminfter 617 

St Clement Danes 545 

St James Weftminfter 11 24 

Chriftened in the feven 




Buried 8035 Plague o 

St Margaret Weftminft. 1057 I St Mary Savoy 160 

St Martin in the Fields 1643 | St Paul Covent Garden 195 

Parishes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 2975 
Buried 5341 Plague o 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 519 
Aged and Bedridden 1249 

Ague and Fever 5^3^ 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 89 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 
and Flux — i 

Burnt and Scalded — — 
Burften and Rupture 



25 

7 
20 



Cancer, Canker and Thrufti 105 

Childbed — — 262 

Chrifomes and Infants — 199 

Colick and Wind 48 

Confumption and Tiflick 3702 

Convulfion 5024 

Cough and Chincough — • 2 i 
Cut of the Stone and Stone 42 

Diabetes i 

Diftradled and Lunatick — 20 

Dropfy and Tympany 778 

Drowned 61 

Evil 78 

Executed — — 40 



Falling Sicknefs • — 2 

Flox, Small Pox and Meaflesi68 3 
Found dead in the Streets,&c. 14 
French Pox — • 



Gangrene and Fiftula- 
Grief 



104 

54 

9 
10 



Griping in the Guts 1443 

Hanged and made away 7 
themfclves — 3 

Head-ach and Megrims — 3 

Headmouldfhot —— — - 1 1 

Jaundies — 73 

Impofthume — — 65 

Killed by fcveral Accidents 55 

Leprofy — — — 1 

Lethargy 



Livergrown 
Murdered — 
Overlaid — 

Palfy 

Pleurify 



9 
1 1 

89 

18 

9 



Poifoncd 

Quinfy - — 

Rheumatifm — 

Rickets • — 

Rifing of the Lights 

Scurvy — - 

Shot — 

Smothered 

Spleen 



3 

II 

7 

358 
88 

2 



Spotted Fever and Purples 423 

St Anthony's Fire 12 

Starved — — ^ 

Stopping in the Stomach 440 

Strangury — 2 

Surfeit - — 167 

Teeth — — — —1445 
Vapours 

Ulcer 

Vomiting 

Water in the Head 
Worms - 



2 
38 

3 

40 



{Males — 6985 
Females 6647 
In all — 13632 



BURIED ^ Females 1 1993 [of the Plague o 



{Males — 1 2 107 
Females 11993 
In all — 24100 J 

Increafed in the Burials this Year 3141 



A General 



i69S. 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the i8th of December 1694, to the 17th of December 1695. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parirti Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. PI. 
St A LB AN Wood-ftrcet 15 
-**" Alhallows Bai-kin 84 
Alhallows Bread-flicet — 21 

Alhallows Great 51 

Alhallows Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows Lefs 1 + 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 19 

Alhallows Staining 38 

Alhallows the Wall 57 

StAlphage 32 

St Andrew Hubbard 8 

St Andrew Underfliaft — 47 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 41 

St Ann Aldcrigate 29 

St Ann Black I-'riars 1 24 

St Antholin's Pariih 8 

St Auflin's Parilb 21 

St Bardiolomew Exchange 22 

St Bennet Fink ^- • 20 

St Bcnnet Gracechurch — 10 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf — 46 

St Bennet Sherehog i 

St Botolph Billingfgate — 8 

Clvift Church — 98 

St Chriftopher — 1 3 

St Clement Eaflcheap — 18 
St Dionis Backchurch — 28 

St Dunftan Eaft 6S 

St Edmund Lombard-ftr. 28 
i8 



Bur. PI, 
St Gregory by St Paul's 75 

St Helen's 25 

St James Duke's Place — 1 9 
St James Garlickhidie — 45 
St John Baptift — 
St John Evangelift 
St John Zachary 



21 

5 
12 



St Ethelborough 
St Faith's 



45 



St Gabriel Fcnchurch — 10 
St George Botolph-lane — 9 

Chriftencd in the nincty-fevcn Parifhes within the Walls 1970 



St Kathcrinc Coleman — 43 
St Katherine Crecchurch 66 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 
St Masnus Parifli 



St Margaret Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Marg.'.rctNewFifh-ftr. 
St Margaret Pattons- 



45 

13 

7 

41 

31 
23 

3 
o 

II 

3 

11 

9 
12 

35 
St Mary Abchurch ■ 18 

St MaryAldermanbury — 27 

22 

'9 
4 
I 

34 
o 



St Martin Ironmonger-lane 
St Martin Ludgate 



St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 



St Mary Aldcrmary 
St Mary le Bow 



St Mary Bothaw — — 

St Mary Colcchurch 

St Mary HiU 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Mag. Old Filli-ftr. 23 



St Andrew Holborn 960 

St Bartholomew Great — 6i 

St Bartholomew Lefs 22 

St Bride's Parifh 285 

Bridewell Precind 24 

Si Botolph Alderfgate — 196 



St Botolph Aldgate 508 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — 483 

St Dunftan Weft 1S7 

St George Southwark — 295 
St Giles Cripjilcgate — 1 1 80 
St Olave Southwark 628 



St Mary Mounthaw- 
St Mary Somcrfet — 
St Mary Staining 



St Mary Woolchurch — 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BafTiIbaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Quecnhithc — 

St Michael Qiierne 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread-flreet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons ■ 

St Nicholas Colcabby — 

St Nicholas Olave • 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry 



St Olave Silver-ftreet 

St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor 

St Stephen Coleman-ftneet 
St Stephen Walbrook — 
St Swithin 
St Thomas Apoftle 
Trinity Parilh 



St Vedaft, alias Fofl:er- 



Bur. PI. 
6 

28 

17 
3 
3» 
14 
26 
26 
17 
45 
'3 
II 

la 

II 

20 

6 

26 

7 

41 

«5 

26 

15 

5 
28 

16 

30 
9' 

21 

29 
20 

»9 

32 



Buried 24S6 Plague o 

St Saviour Southwark — 479 
St Sepulchre's Parilh — 589 
St Thomas Southwark — 73 

Trinity Minories 15 

At tlic Peft-houfe o 



Chriftened in the fixtecn Parifhes without the Walls 4920 Buried 5985 Plague o 



1695. 



Chrift Church — 142 

StDunftan ac Stepney — 1807 
St Giles in the Fields — 1169 
St James Clerkenwell — 329 
St John at Hackney 92 



St John at Wapping 22 1 

St Katherinc by the Tower 1 74 

Lambeth Parifh 220 

St Leonard Shoreditch — 429 
St Mary Iflington — 



■112 



St Magdalen Bermondfey 336 

St Mary Newington 1 6r 

St Mary Whitechapel — 646 

St Paul Shadwell 361 

Rotherhith Parilh — — 133 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 4468 
Buried 6332 Plague o 



St Ann Wellminfter — 426 

St Clement Danes 468 

St James Wellminfter — 876 



St Margaret Weftminft. 8 1 5 
St Martin in the Fields 1328 



St Mary Savoy 

St Paul Covent Garden 



128 

203 



Chriftened in the leven Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Wellminfter 2918 

Buried 4244 Plague o 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



^ 



ABortive and Stillborn 613 
Aged and Bedridden 1025 

Ague and Fever — 30 '9 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 103 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 
and Flux 



Burnt and Scalded 
Burften and Rupture 
Calenture — 



3y Flux, 7 



10 



6 

18 



Cancer, Canker and Thrulh 105 

Childbed 250 

Chrifomes and Infants — 106 

Colick and Wind 58 

Confumption and TifTick 31 81 

Convulfion 449^ 

Cut of the Stone and Stone 41 



Diabetes and Strangury — 
Diftratfted and Lunatick — ■ 

Dropfy and Tympany 

Drowned 

Evil 

ExcelTive Drinking 

Executed - 



3 
8 

850 

46 

58 

I 

27 



Flox, Small Pox and Meafles 784 
FounddeadintheStreets,&c. 15 
French Pox 



Gangrene and Fiftula- 
Gout and Sciatica — 
Grief 



Griping in the Guts 

Hanged and made away 7 
themfelves — y 
Hcad-ach and Megrims — 

Headmouldfhot — 

Jaundies 

Impofthume 



69 
38 

5 
1115 

25 



Kill'd by feveral Accidents 
Leprofy and fcald Head — 

Lethargy — 

Livergrown — 

Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Palfy _ — 

Pleurify _^— . 

Poifoned ■ -- - 



9 

55 

57 
60 

3 
6 

20 

12 

8i 
22 
18 



Quinfy — 

Rheumatifm 
Rickets — — — 
Rifing of the Lights 

Scurvy — 

Shot — 

Smothered — 

Sores, Ulcers, 



&c. 

Spitting of Blood 

Spleen 

Spotted Fever and Purples 

St Anthony's Fire ■ ■ 

Starved — 

Stopping in the Stomach 

Surfeit 

Teeth — - 

Vapours and Mother - 

Vomiting — 

Water in the Head — 

Wen ■ 

Worms 

Wounded — 



10 
6 

338 
84 

25 
7 
I 

55 
I 
2 

105 

8 

I 

480 

96 

1302 

5 
4 
2 
I 

76 
I 



! Males — 7163 
Females 6713 
In all — 13876 



! Males — 96397 
Females 9408 [Of the Plague o 
In all — 19047 J 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 5053 



P2 



A General 



1696. 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 17th of December 1695, to the 15th of December 1696. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excelletit Majefty, 
By the Company of Parish Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. PI. 
St A LEAN Wood-ftreet 2 7 
•**• Alhallows Barkin 93 
Alhillows Bread-ftreet — 26 

Alhallows Great 54. 

Alhallows Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows Lefs — 17 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 10 

Alhallows Staining 28 

Alhallows the Wall -. 

St Alphage — — ■ > 

St Andrew Hubbard 



St Andrew Underfhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Alderfgate 

St Ann Black Friars 

St Antholin's PariJh 

St Auftin's Parifh -^ — 
St Bartholomew E'.xchange 

St Bennet Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch — 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph Billinglgate — 

Chrift Church — 

St Chriftophcr — 

St Clement Eaflcheap — 
St Dionis Backchurch — 

St Dunftan Eafl: 

St Edmund Lombard- ftr. 

St Ethelboroueh 

St Faith's — - — ■ 



52 
24 

'9 

36 
40 

35 
I 29 

'3 

! I 
20 
12 

'9 

35 

I 

106 

14 
8 

37 
66 

22 

20 

50 
9 



Bar. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 6^ 

St Helen's 34 

St James Duke's Place — 24 
St James Garlickhithc — 40 
St John Baptift — 
St John Evangelift 
St John Zachary 



St Katherinc Coleman — 
St Katherinc Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountncy — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Foftcr-lane— 

St Magnus Parilh 

St Margaret Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret New Filh-ftr, 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 
St Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars - 



St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary Aldcrmanbury- 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary Ic Bow 

St Mary Bothaw 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill 



St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 
St MaryMag.OldFifli-ftr. 



22 

5 
12 

40 

61 

5' 

9 
12 

39 
40 

29 

5 
o 

16 

3 
34 
»3 
13 
33 
27 
33 
30 

31 

8 

I 

30 
o 

36 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 
St George Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Paridies within the Walls 2028 



St Andrew Holborn 



■933 



St Bartholomew Great — g^ 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 26 

St Bride's Parifh 300 

Bridewell Precinft 28 

St Botolph Alderfgate — 209 

CJuiftcned in the fixteen Parilhes without the Walls 4795 



St Botolph Aldgate ■ 487 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — 450 

St Dunftan Weft 169 

St George Southwark — 324 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1044 
St Olave Southwark 629 




St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somcrfet 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolcliurch — 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew Friday-flreet 

St Michael Baffifliaw 

St Michael Cornhill 



29 
M 

3» 
24 

St Michael Crooked-lane 25 

St Michael Qiicenhithe 47 

10 

21 

II 



St Michael Querne 
St Michael Royal- 



St Michael Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred Brcad-ftreet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Colcabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry — 

St Olave Silver-ftreet 

St Pancras Soper-laiie — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter Cornhill 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor 

St Stephen Coleman-ftreet 
St Stephen Walbrook — . 

St Swithin — 

St Thomas Apoftle 

Trinity ParilK 



>7 

16 

5 
10 

7 
41 
1 1 
27 

2 
20 

35 
J4 
21 

95 
16 

20 

10 

StVedaft, alias Foftcr — 27 

Buried 2534 Plague o 

St Saviour Southwark — 447 

St Sepulchre's Parilh 600 

St Thomas Southwark — 95 

Trinity Minories 14 

At the Peft-houfe o 

Buried 5810 Plague o. 



1696. 



Chrift Church — 105 

St Dunftan at Stepney — 1 759 
St Giles in the Fields — 1093 
St James Clerkenwell — 325 
St John at Hackney 82 



St John at Wapping 274 

St Katherine by theToweri 67 
Lambeth Parifh 226 



W 



St Leonard Shoreditch — 384 
St Mary Iflington — —126 

Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex 
Buried 6218 Plague o 



St Ann Weftminfter 404 

St Clement Danes 41^ 

St James Weftminfter — 915 

Chriftened in the feven 



St Margaret Weftminfter 790 
St Martin in the Fields 1228 



St Magdalen Bcrmondrcy364 
St Mary Newington — —177 
St Mary Whitechapel — 624 

St Paul Shadwell 367 

Rotherhith Parifti 145 

and Surrey 4970 

St Mary Savoy — i jo 

St Paul Covent Garden 204 



Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3068 
Buried 4076 Plague o 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 602 
Aged and Bedridden 946 
Ague and Fever 2775 



109 

2 

^6 



Apoplexy and Suddenly- 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 
and Flux — i 

Burnt and Scalded — — 

Burftcn and Rupture 

Calenture i 

Cancer, Canker and Thrufti 1 1 3 

Childbed 232 

Chrifomes and Infants 102 

Colick and Wind 78 

Confumption and TifTick 3471 
Convulfion 44!^o 



Cough ^—~ — ' 

Cut of the Stone, Gravel 7 

and Stone — 3 

Diabetes 

Diftrafted and Lunatick — 
Dropfy and Tympany — 
Drowned — 



3 

I 

4 

916 

So 



P, 



{Males — 
Females 
In all — 



Evil 

Exceflive Drinking 

Executed 

Flox, Small Pox and Meaflcs 
Found dead in theStreets,&c. 

French Pox 

Frighted 

Gangrene and Fiftula 

Gout and Sciatica — — 
Grief — 



88 
I 

»7 
196 

12 

76 

I 

37 
18 

II 

Griping in the Guts 1 187 

Hang'd and made away 7 

themfelves ■ — 5 

Headmouldfliot — 

Jaundies 



21 



10 
69 

48 



Impofthumc — — • 
Kill'd by feveral Accidents 
Leprofy and fcald Head — 

Lethargy 1 1 

Livergrown — — 11 

Murdered — — 19 



Overlaid 
Palfy 

Pleurify 

Poifoned — 
Qiiinfy - — 
Rheumatifm 
Rickets 



Rifing of the Lights 

Scurvy 

Shot 

Sores and Ulcers 

Spleen 



Spotted Fever and Purples 

St Anthony's Fire 

Stopping in the Stomach 

Surfeit — 

Teeth ■ 

Vomitins: — — — 



Water in the Head, Va- 
pours and Megrims 
Worms 



14 
3 

.i 

426 
117 

28 

5 

55 

a 

102 

7 

459 

JO 

1225 

3 

II 

75 



7632 

7229 

14861 



r Males — 9712") 

BURIED \ Females 8926 I 

[in all — 18638J 



Of the Plague o 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 409 



A Gcjieral 



1697. 

A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the i5ih of December 1696, to the 14th of December 1697. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, , 

By the Company of Parilh Clerks of London, &c. fl 



Bur. PI. 

St A LB AN Wood-ttreet 2 1 

•*^ Alhallows Barkin 
Alhallows Brcad-ftreet — 

Alhallows Great 

Alhallows Honey-lane — 
Alhallows Lefs — 



99 
22 

72 

o 

30 



Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 36 
Alhallows Staining ■■ 29 

Alhallows the Wall 55 

St Alphage 



43 
46 



St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Under(haft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 42 

St Ann Aldcrfgate 28 

St Ann Black Friars 147 

St Antholin's Parilh ir 

St Auftin's Parifh 23 

St BarthoJomew Exchange 2 1 



St Bennet Fink — - 
St Bennet Gracechurch — 
St Bennet Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Sherehog 

•St Botolph Billingfgate — 
Chrift Church 
St Chriftopher — 



18 
20 

39 

4 

»3 

135 

14 



St Clement Eaftcheap — 15 
St Dionis Backchurch — 30 

St Dunftan Eaft 100 

St Edmund Lombard-ftr. 30 

St Ethelboroiigh 

St Faith's 



30 
3' 
9 
3 



Eur. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 85 

St Helen's 42 

St James Duke's Place — 25 
St James Garlickhithc — 45 

St John Baptift 26 

St John Evangelift 7 

St John Zachary 23 

St Katherine Coleman — 51 
St Katherine Creechurch 78 

St Laurence Jewry ^"j 

St Laurence Pountney — 17 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 12 
- 38 

38 
27 

5 

o 

16 

7 
36 
24 

8 

41 
21 



St Leonard Fofter- lane — 

St Magnus Parifh 

St Margaret Lothbury — 

St Margaret Moles 

St Margaret New Fifh-llr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 

St Martin Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch 

StMaryAldermanbury — 28 

St Mary Aldermary 28 

St Mary Ic Bow 1 8 

St Mary Bothaw — 5 

St Mary Colechurch 3 

St Mary Hill 42 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. o 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 
St George BotoJph-Jane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-fevcn Parifhes within the Walls 2113 



St Andrew Holborn 



-9.^2 



11 
26 



St Bartholomew Great — 
St Bartholomew Lcfs- 

St Bride's Parifh' 325 

Bridewell Precinft 32 

St Botolph Alderfgate — 166 



St Botolph A Idgate 610 

St Botolph Bifhopfgate — s^i^ 

St Dunftan Weft 222 

St George Southwark — 342 
St Giles Cripplegate — 1 295 
St Olave Southwark 665 



Bur. PL 

St Mary Mounthaw 3 J 

St Mary Somerfet 33 ■ 

St Mary Staining 17 

St Mary Woolchurch — o 

St Mary Woolnoth • 27 

St Matthew Friday- (Ireet 14 
St Michael Baflifhaw — 36 

St Michael Cornhill 30 

St Michael Crooked-lane 38 
St Michael Queenhithe — 53 
St Michael Querne 
St Michael Royal ■ 



St Michael Wood-ftrect 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry — 

St Olave Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras Sopcr-lane — 

St Peter Cheap 

St Peter CornhiU 

St Peter Paul's Wharf — 
St Peter Poor 



24. 
16 

15 
ig 

25 
o 

16 

la 

5i 

37 

7 

18 

3» 
15 
26 



4 



St Stephen Coleman-fh-cet 1 1 7 



St Stephen Walbrook 

St Swithin 

St Thomas Apoftle 
Trinity Parifli 



St Vedaft, alias Fofter — 



'7 

'7 

18 

iS 



Buried 2905 Plague c 

St Saviour Southwark — 503 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 605 

St Thomas Southwark — 79 

Trinity Minories • 17 

At the Peft-houfe o 



4 



Chriftened in the fixteen Parilhcs without the Walls 5021 Buried 6451 Plague o 



Chrift Church — 128 

Sc Dunftan at Scepney — 200S 
Sc Giles in the Fields — 1287 
St James Clerkenwell — 357 
St John at Hackney 94 



1697. 

St John atWapping 330 

St Katherine by the Tower 1 iji 

Lambeth Parifh 2 1 o 

St Leonard Shoredltch — 495 
St Mary Iflington — — -j-^ 



St Magdalen Bermondfcy 397 

St Mary Ncwington 1 85 

St Mary Whitechapel — 731 

St Paul Shad well 432 

Rotherhith Parilh 160 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey ^^^^ 
Buried 7079 Plague o 



St Ann Wefl-minfter - —507 

5t Clement Danes 501 

5t James Weftminfter —923 



St Margaret Weftminfter 8 1 2 
St Martin in the Fields 1436 



St Mary Savoy 

St Paul Covent Garden 



124 
232 



Chriftened in the feven Parifties in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3340 

Buried 4535 Plague o 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



n 



ABortivc and Stillborn 604 
Aged and Bedridden 1314 

Ague and Fever ■ — '3 1 1 1 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 117 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 ^ 

and P'lux — • \ 
Burn/ antl Scalded — — 6 
Burften and Rupture 22 

ancer. Canker and Thrufti 102 

hildbed — 293 

Chrifomes and Infants — 85 
Colick and Wind — — — 91 

bnfumption and Tifllck 3820 

Convulnon 4944 

Cough and Chincough — J 2 
Cut of the Stone and Stone 46 
Diabetes and Strangury — 8 
Diftracted and Lunatick — 2 7 
Dropfy and Tympany — 811 

Drowned 50 

.Evil 71 



Executed — 



3« 



Fiox, Small Pox and Mcaftes 634 
Found dead in the Streets,&c. 19 
French Pox 
Frighted 



Gangrene and Fiftula- 

Gout - — ■ — 

Grief — - 



59 
1 

49 
16 



21 



Griping in the Guts — — 1 1 36 
Hang'd and made away? 
themfelvcs — ) 

Head-ach 

Headmouldftiot — — 
Jaundies 



Impofthume — — 

Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

Leprofy 

Lethargy • — — 

Livergrown 

Murdered — 

Overlaid — — 



15 

71 

55 

59 
I 

7 
10 

20 

51 



Palfy 

Planet-ftruck 

Pleurify 

Poifoned — 

Qiiinfy 

Rhcumatifm 
Rickets 



Rifing of the Lights 

Scurvy ■ 

Shot ■ 

Spleen —^ 

Spotted Fever and Purples 

St Anthony's Fire 

Stopping in the Stomach 

Surfeit ^— ^ 

Teeth 

Vapours and Water 
the Head 

Ulcer 

Vomiting - 
Worms — 



27 
I 

44 

2 

9 
12 

522 

J7 
8 

6 

»37 

, 9 

658 

lOI 



—'353 
^atcr in 7 



13 

47 
6 

50 



! Males — 8062 
Females 7767 
In all 15829 



i Males — 
Females 
In all 



— 10819') 
?s 10151 > 

— 20970 J 



Of the Plague o 



Incrcafal in the Burials this Year 2332 



A General 



1698. 

A General B I L L of all the Chriftenlngs and Burialsj 

From the 14th of December 1697, *° ^^^ ^oth of December 1698. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. PI. 
St A LBAN Wood-ftrect 10 

■*^ Alhallows Barkin 
Alhallows Brcad-ftreet — 
Alhallows Great 



Alhallows Honey-lane — 

Alhallows Lcfs — 

Alhallows Lombard-ftrcct 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows the "Wall 

St Alphage — 



72 

»5 

40 

o 

'9 
24 
.36 
61 
42 

19 
32 
45 
28 



St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underlhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Aldcrfgatc 

St Ann Black Friars 125 

St Antholin's Parifli 10 

St Auftin's Parifli 23 

St Bartholomew Exchange 23 

21 
10 



St Bennet Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch — 

St Bennet Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph Billingfgate 

Chrifl: Church 

St Chriftopher — 



St Clement Eaflcheap — 
St Dionis Backchurch — 

St Dunftan Eaft 

St Edmund Lombard- ftr. 

St Ethelborough 

St Faith's — 

St Gabriel Fenchurch — 



43 
2 

8 

'56 
1 1 
16 

34 
61 

3' 

35 

31 

15 
8 



Bur. PI. 
St Gregory by St Paul's 65 
St Helen's 



St James Duke's Place — 
St James Garlickhithc — 

St John Baptift — 

St John Evangelift 

St John Zachary 

St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Crecchurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaflcheap — 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 

St Magnus Parifli 

St Margaret Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret New Fifli-fl:r, 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Marcin Ironmonger-lane 
St Martin Ludgate 
St Martin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey— 
St Mary Abchurch 



St Mary Aldermanbury- 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary Ic Bow 

St Mary Bothaw 



St Mary Colcchurch - 
St Mary Hill 



St Mary Magd, Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Mag. Old Fifli-ftr. 



28 
16 

39 
15 

3 
22 

5' 
72 

57 
10 

9 
30 
41 
26 
6 
o 
16 

4 
40 

»3 

7 

30 
21 

24 
32 
28 

3 
2 

33 
o 

27 



St George Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Pariflies within the Walls 2 171 



St Andrew Holborn 853 

St Bartholomew Great — 71 
St Bartholomew Lefs — 30 

.St Bride's Parifli 270 

Bridewell Precinct 3 1 

St Botolph Aldcrfgate — i 



St Botolph Aldgate 541 

St Botolph Bifliopfgate — 452 

St Dunftan Weft 168 

St George South wark — 280 
St Giles Cripplcgate — 1062 
St Olave Southwark 667 



St Mary Mounthaw • 
St Mary Somerfet — 
Sc Mary Staining 



Bar. 

3 
35 
18 

o 

40 
22 

23 
2+ 
2g 
St Michael Quecnhithe — 40 



St Mary Woolchurch — 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew Friday- ftreet 

St Michael Baffifliaw 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 



St Michael Querne 

St iVIichael Royal 

St Michael Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread- ftreet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 



St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry 

St Olave Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras Soper-lane — 

St Peter Cheap — 

St Peter Cornhill 



2+ 
iS 
16 
21 
22 
o 
26 

5 

5' 
i& 

30 

9 

8 

26 
21 

3+ 



St Peter Paul's Wharf — 

St Peter Poor — 

St Stephen Colcman-ftreeti 2 ^ 
St Stephen Walbrook — .18 
St Swithin 



St Thomas Apoftle 

Trinity Parifli 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter — 



30 

IS 

32^ 



Buried 2666 Plague o 

St Saviour Southwark — 500 

St Sepulchre's Parifli 61 1 

St Thomas Southwark — 78 
Trinity Minorics ■ 19 
At the Peft-houfe o 



Chriitened in the fixteea Parilhes without the Walls 5120 Buried 5821 



Plague o 



1698. 



Chrlft Church — 158 

St Dunftan at Stepney — 21 31 
St Giles in the Fields — 1307 
St James Clerkenwell — 390 
St John at Hackney 118 



St John at Wapping 339 

St Katherine by the Tower 1 74 

Lambeth Paiilh 263 

St Leonard Shoreditch — 429 
St Mary Iflington 88 



St Magdalen Bermondfey 425 

St Mary Newington 179 

St Mary Whitechapel — 691 

St Paul Shad well 4S2 

Rotherhith Parilh r88 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parilhes in Middlefex and Surrey 5686 
Buried 7362 Plague o 

St Margaret Weftminft. 834 1 St Mary Savoy 



St Ann Weftminftcr 412 

St Clement Danes 435 St Martin in tl\e Fields 1385 I St Paul Covent Garden 

St James Weflminfter — ^"^^ 

Chriftened in the fcven Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminftcr 3075 

Buried 4334 Plague o 



82 
21X 




DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



Bortive and Stillborn 427 
Aged and Bednddeni023 

Ague and Fever 334^ 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 116 

Afthma 1 

Bleeding, Bloody Flux,' 

and Flux 
Burnt and Scalded 
Burften and Rupture 
Calenture — 



dy Flux, 7 



25 

3 

I 

98 

169 

I 

59 
64 

Confumption and Tiflick 3583 
Convulfion — — — —4480 



Cancer, Canker and Thrufti 

Childbed 

Choaked — — 

Chrifomes and Infants — 
Colick and Wind 



Cough and Chincough — 
Cut of the Stone and Stone 
Diftraflcd and Lunatick — • 

Dropfy and Tympany 

Drowned — — — ^ ■ ■ ■ 
Evil 



7 
34 

19 

508 

59 
59 



I 

22 
I 



ExcefTive Drinking 

Executed — — 

Falling Sicknefs — — 
Flox, Small Pox and Mealies 1 8 1 3 
Found dead iiuheStreet.'ijScc. 14 

French Pox -: — — 66 

Frenzy 1 

Gangrene and Fiftula — 



Gout and Sciatica 
Grief 



Griping in the Guts — ■ — 

Hanged and made away 7 

thcmfelves — J 

Headmouldfliot 

Jaundies — 

Impofthume — • — 

Itch — 

Killed by feveral Accidents 
Leprofy and fcald Head- 
Lethargy • — ■ 

Livergrown 

Megrims ■ 

Murdered — — — - - 



35 
14 

3 
1165 

20 

'5 

68 

59 
I 



2 

7 
12 

I 
»3 



Overlaid — 

Palfy 

Pkurify — 

Quinfy 

Rheumatifm 
Rickets 



Rifing of the Lights 
St Anthony's Fire - 
Scurvy — 

Shot 

Smothered 
Spleen 



— 33 

— 21 

— 32 

— 10 

— 16 

— 278 

— 99 

— 4 
8 



Spotted Fever and Purples 
Stopping in the Stomach 

Strangury — 

Surfeit — . 

Teeth • — - 
Vapours and Water 

the Head 
Ulcer — 
Vomiting 
Worms — 



Nattr in 7 



3 

3 

274 

409 

5 

63 
135 



22 

3 

3' 



f Males — 8426 
Females 7626 
In all — 16052 



("Males — 10925") 
BURIED \ Females 9258 \0i the Plague o 
(.In all — 20183 J 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 787 



A General 



1699- 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 20th of December 1698, to the 19th of December 1699. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parilli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. PI, 

St A LB AN Wood-ftreet 3 3 

■**• Alhallows Barkin 82 

Alhallows Bread-ftrcet — 

Alhallows Great 



Alhallows Honey-lane — 

Alhallows Lefs < ' 

Alhallows Lombard-ftreet 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows the Wall 

St Alphage ■ 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underlhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 

St Ann Alderlgatc 

St Aon Black Friars — 
St Antholin's Parifh - 
St Auftin's Parilh 



9 

4 
1 1 

30 

53 

3* 

*3 
46 

65 
37 

122 

13 
13 



by St 



Bur. PI. 
Paul's 83 



St Gregory 

St Helen's . 

St James Duke's Place — 
St James Garlickhithe — 

St John Baptift — — 

St John Evangelift 

Sr John Zachary 

St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 
St Laurence Jewry 



St BartJiolomew Exchange 1 6 

St Bennet Fink — 1 6 

18 

45 
I 

II 



St Bennet Graccchurch — 
St Bennet Paul's Wlurl"— 

St Bennet Shcrchog 

St Botolph Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church • —118 

St Chrillopher — 19 



St Clement Eaflcheap — 
St Dionis Backchurch — 

St Dunftan Eai\ 

St Edmund Lombard-ftr. 

St Ethclborough 

StFaitli's 



12 

23 
87 
3^ 
23 
4« 
6 

17 



St Gabriel Fenchurch — 
St George Botolph-lane — 

Chriftencd in the ninety-feven Pariflies within' the Walls 2072 



St Laurence Pountney — 
St Leonard Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard Fofter-lane — 

St Magnus Parifh 

St Margaret Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofe» 

St Margaret New Fi(h-(lr. 

St Margaret Patrons ' 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 
St Martin Ludgate 
St Maitin Orgars — 
St Martin Outwich 
St Martin Vintrey- 



St Mary AbcKurch 

St Mary Aldcrmanbury — 

St Mary Aldcrmary 

St Mary Ic Bow 

St Mary Botluw — — 

St Mary Colcchurch 

St Mary Hill 

St Mary Magd. Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Mag. Old Fifli-ftr. 2 5 



28 

»3 
32 
25 
3 
21 
61 
63 
48 

19 

17 
45 

51 
27 
II 
o 
20 

3 
43 
24 
16 

4? 

32 
26 

33 
25 

4 

a 

34 
o 



St Andrew Holbom 



-S73 



St Bartholomew Great — y^ 

St Bartholomew Lefs ^7 

St Bride's Parifh ji6 

Bridewell Precind — 31 

St Botolph Alderfgate —203 



St Botolph Aldgate 601 

St Botolph Bilhopfgatc — 514 

St Dunftan Weft — 205 

St George Southwark — 2§H 

St Giles Cripplegatc 1 177 

St Olave Southwark 746 



Bur PK 

7 

40 

18 

o 
3» 

30 

29 
22 



St Mary Mounthaw - 
St Mary Somerfet — — 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch — 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew Friday-ftrect 
St Michael Bafilfliaw — 

St Michael Cornhill 

St Michael Crooked-lane 
St Michael Queen hithe — 43 

St Michael Queme 

St Michael Royal-- 

St Michael Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred Bread-ftreet — 

St Mildred Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave Hart-ftreet 

St Olave Jewry — 

St Olave Silver-ftreet — • 
St Pancras Soper-lanc — 
St Peter Cheap — — — 

St Peter Cornhill — 

St Peter Paul's W^harf — 
St Peter Poor — ■ — 



»5 
la 

.1 

21 
o 

23 
6 

46 
15 
30 
5 
»5 
27 
»5 
30 



St Stephen Coleman-ftreeti 29 
St Stephen Walbrook — 1 9 

St Swithin 



St Thoni2s Apoftle • 

Trinity Parifh — 

StVedaft, alias FofVer — 



21 

26 

»9 

30 



Buried 2766 Plague o 

St Saviour SoutJawark — 517 
St Sepulchre's Parifh — 588 
St Thomas Southwark — 67 

Trinity Minories 2 1 

The Peft-houfc o 



4 



4 



Clwiftened in the Cxteen Parillies without the Walls 4706 Buried 6^2j Plague o 



Clirift Church 167 

St Dunflan at Stepney — 2093 
St Giles in the F'ields — 1252 
St James Clerkenwell — 331 
St John at Hackney 1 1 3 



1699. 

^t John at Wapping 301 

St Kathcrine by the Tower 121 

Lambah Parifh 278 

St Leonard Shoreditch —48 1 
St Mary Iflington 9+ 



St Magdalen Bermond(ey 454 

St Mary Newington 1 93 

St Mary Whitechape! — 841 

St Paul Shad well 460 

Rotherhith Parifh 153 



Chriftencd in the fifteen Out Pariflies in Middlcfcx and Siwrey 5360 
Buried 7332 Plague o 



St Ann Wcilminfter — 401 

St Clement Danes 43 1 

St James Weftminfter — 916 

Chriftened in the feven 



St Margaret Weftminft. 885 
St Martin in the Fields 141 1 



St Mary Savoy 

St Paul Covcnt Garden 



114 

212 



Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3269 
Buried 4370 Plague o 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



106 



21 



ABortive and Stillborn 533 
Aged and Bcdriddenia 1 1 

Ague and Fever — 3505 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, ? 
and Flux — j 

Burnt and Scalded 

Burften and Rupture 

Cancer, Canker and Thrufh 

Childbed 

Choaked and Suffocated — 
Chrifomes and Infants — 
Colick and Wind 



4 

24 

90 

244 

2 
70 

IS 



Confumption and TifTick 3351 

Convulfion — — 45 1 3 

Cough — 3 

Cut of the Stone and Stone 40 

Diabetes 3 

Diftrafted and Lunatick— 20 

Dropfy and Tympany 602 

Drowned 58 

Evil . 64 

Exccflive Drinking 4 



Executed 

Flox, Small Pox and Mealies 
Founddead in the Streets, &:c 

French Pox 

Gangrene and Fiftula 

Gout and Sciatica 

Grief 



18 
890 

15 
64 

45 

13 
8 



Griping in the Guts 12 

Hanged and made away 7 
themfclves — \ 
Hcad-ach and Megrims — 

Headmouldfhot — 

Jaundies — - 

Impofthume 

Itch 



Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

Lethargy • — ■ 

Livergrown — 

Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Palfy _ _ 

Plc'.irify • 

Poifoncd - - - ■ 



-0 

30 
6 

22 
82 

42 
I 

62 
6 

12 

12 

55 
24 

25 
I 



Quinfy — » 10 

Rafli — . I 

Rhcumatifin 14 

Rickets — — 306 

81 
4 

3 
I 

2 

46 
2 
Spotted Fever and Purples 306 
Stabbed and Wounded — 3 
Stopping in the Stomach 389 

■ 12 

■ 87 
■2268 



Rifing of the Lights 
St Antliony's Fire — 

Scurvy ^- 

Shot — 

Smothered 

Sores, Ulcers 
Spleen 



and Bruifcd 



m 
Strangury - 
Surfeit — 

Teeth 

Vapours and Water 

the Head 
Vomiting - 

Wen 

Worms 



'ater in? 



I 



f Males — 791 1 
Females 7452 
In all — 15363 



BURIED 



{Males — 
Females 
In all — 



1 1020I 

9775 > Of die Plague o 
20795 J 



Incrcafed in the Burials this Year 612 



CL2 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 19th of December 1699, to the rjth of December 1700. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifti Clerks of L o n D o n, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LEAN in Wood-ftreet 29 

-'*' Alhallows Barkin — 83 

Alhallows in Bread-llrect — 17 

Alhallows the Great 6j 

4 
14 



Alhallows in Honey-lane — 
Alhallows the Lefs 



Alhallows iivLombard-ftreet 23 

Alhallows Staining 27 

Alhallows on London Wall 60 
St A Iphage near Sion College 37 

St Andrew Hubbard 14 

St Andrew Underfhaft 39 

St Andrew Wardrobe ^^ 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 30 
St Ann in Black Friars- 



-125 
St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 1 2 

St Augurtin, vulg AulHn — 16 

St Bartholomew by Exchange 15 

St Benedifl:, v. Bonnet Fink i 

St Bennet Gracechurch - - 

St Bcnnct at Paul's Wharf- 

St Bennet Sherebog 



St Botolph at Billinfgate 
Chrift Church Parilb — 



8 

- 16 

- 29 

— I 

— JO 



—135 
St Chriftopher's Parifh 21 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 13 

St Dionis Backchurch 2H 

StDunftan in the Eafl Si 

St Edmund the King 



St Ethelburga's Parilh • 



28 



St Faith under St Paul's — 37 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ilr. 5 
St George in Botolph-lane — 13 

Chriftened in the ninety-fevcn Parifhes within the Walls 



Bur. 

St Gregory by St Paul's — 77 
St Helen near Bilhopfgatc — 30 
St James in Duke's Place — 14 
St James at Garlickhithe ■ — 41 
St John Bapiift by Dowgatc 19 

St John the Evangelift- 4 

St John Zachary — 26 



St Katharine Coleman — — 52 
St Katherine Creechurch — 61 

St Laurence Jewry g^ 

St Laurence Pountney 1 7 

St Leonard in Eallcheap — 5 
St Leonard in Fofter-lanc — 2^ 
St Magnus by LondonBridge 49 
St Margaret in Lothbury ■ 
St Margaret Mofes 



St Margaret in New Filb-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

Sr Martin at Ludgate 

St Mariin Orgars 



21 

5 
o 

22 



St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary in Aldermanbury-- 

St Mary Aldcrmary 

St iMary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colcchurth 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-llr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Filh-ftr. 



49 
18 

9 
33 
24 
26 

22 
18 

2 
o 

28 
o 

34 



1790 



St Andrew in Holborn 906 

St Bartholomew the Great-- 41 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 22 
St Botolph byAlderfgate — iSS 

St Botolph by Aldgate ■ 502 

St Botolph by Bilhopfgate — 465 



Bridewell Precincft 23 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 278 

St Dunftan in the Weft 171 

St George in Southwark — ^42 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 119; 
St Olave in Southwark 5? 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somerfet — 
St Mary Staining 



St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



St Matthew in Frid§y-ftreet 

St Michael Baffifliaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael atQueenhithe— 
St Michael at Qiiern ■ 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet — 
St Mildred in die Poultry — 18 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — - 
St Nicholas Olave 



Br. 

7 
39 



3? 
II 

27 
21 

a? 
36 

t6 

i; 

8 

21 



St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-flreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-Iane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in CornhiJl- 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 
St Stephen inColeman-ftreeti4' 
Sr Stephen in Walbrook — i6 
St Swithin at London- ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftle . 

Trinity Parilh 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



4 

I 



II 

7 

4; 



I 



29 



Buried 2656 Plague o 

St Saviour in Southwark. — 480 
St Sepulchre's Parilh ~ c^ 

5 
la 



St Thomas in Southwark 

Trinity in the Minories 

The Pcft-houfe — 



a 



Chnftencd in the fixteen Parifiies without the Walls 4580 Buried 581a 




Chrift Church in Surrey —141 

St Dundan ar Stepney 1 9 1 8 

St Gilc* in the Fields 1 200 

St James at Clerkenwell — 294 
St John at Hackney 84 



1700. 

St John at Wapping 272 

St Katherine near the Tower 132 

Lambeth Parirti 240 

St Leonard in Shoreditch — 447 
St Mary at Iflington — "—99 



St Mary Magd. Bcrmondfey 37^ 

St Mary at Ncwlngton 167 

St Mary at Rotherhith 21 1 

St Mary in Whitcchapcl — 715 
St Paul at ShadwelJ '*^3J» 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 5053 Buried 6647 PI. o 



St Ann in Weftminftcr 496 

St Clement Danes — 403 

S| James in Weftminfter — 927 



St Margaret in Weftminfter794 I St Mary Savoy in the Strand 104 
St Martin in the Fields — 1424 I St Paul in Covent Garden iSd 



Chriftened in the feven Parirties in the City and Liberties of Wcflminfter 3116' 

Buried 4328 PI. o 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stillborn 546 
Aged and Bedridden 1242 

Ague and Fever —3676 

Apoplexy and Suddenly — 104 
Bleeding, Bloody Flux, 7 

and Flux — j ^^ 
Cancer» Canker and Thrufli 1 24 

Chicken Pox — i 

Childbed 240 

Chrifomes and Infants — 78 

Colick -^ — — 72 

Confumption and TifTick 2819 
Convulfion 4631 



Cough and Chincough 
Cut oi the Stone and Stone 

Diabetes ^^— 

Diftrac'ted and Lunarick— 
Dropfy and Tympany — 

Evil 

Executed 



7 

43 

I 

35 

29 
Falling Sicknefs — i 

Flox, Small PoxandMeaflesi03i 

French Pox (><) 

Gangrene, Fiftub, and? g 

Mortification — i 

Gout and Cramp 1 5 



Grief — ^——~ 5 

Griping in the Guts 1004 

I 



Head-ach 

Hcadmouldlhot 

Jaundics 

Impofthume — 

Lethargy 

Livergrown 

Loofenefs 

Overlaid ■ 

Palfy _ 

l^lcurify 

Qj-iinly — — • 
Rheumatifm 
Rickets 



Rifing of the Lights 

Rupture 



St Anthony's Fire - 

Scarlet Fever 

Scurvy - 

Shingles 

Sores and Ulcers - 

Spleen 

Spotted Fever and Purples 

Stoppage in the Stomach 



11 
59 

5 
1 1 

I 
69 

3' 

3" 
10 
16 

393 

101 

18 

9 
I 

5 
I 

62 

3 
189 

320 



Strangury 
Surfeit — 



Swelling in the Neck- 
Teeth — 



Twilling of the Guts 
Vapours and Water in' 

the Head 
Vomiting - 
Worms — 



Vatcr in? 



I 

•t'59 



CASirALTIES. 



Bruifed — ■ 

Burnt and Scalded — — 
Deceafed (fo reported in? 

thcCoroner'sWarrant) \ 

Drowned — 

Found dead in the Strects,&.'c. 
Hang'd and made away ? 

thcmfelves — \ 
Hanged by Misfortune — 
Kill'd by feveral Accidents 

Murdered — ■ — 

Smothered and Suffocated 
Stabbed — — - 



»5 
5i 



I 



48 
9 

I 

38 

XI 

3 
I 



("Males — 7578 

CHRISTENED] Females 7061 

(.In all — 14639 



! Males — 9^531 
Females 9790} PI. o 
In all — 19443J 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 135a 



A General 



I70I. 
A General BILL of all the Chrlftenlngs and Burials, 

From the 17th of December 1700, to the i6th of December 1701. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, 6cc. 




Bur. 

St A LEAN in Wood-flreet 29 

-^ Alballows Barkin — 86 

Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 1 8 

Alliallows the Great 41 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 4 

Alhallows the Lefs 14 

i\lhallo\vsin Lombard-ftreet 16 

Alhallows Staining 34 

Alhallows on London Wall 61 
St Alphage near Sion College 32 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 20 

St Andrew Undcrfhaft 41 

St Andrew Wardrobe 48 

St Ann within Alderfgace — 33 

St Ann in Black Friars 138 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 8 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auflin — 12 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 18 
StBenedift, v. Rennet Fink 28 



St Bennet Gracechurch - • — 
St Bonnet at Paul's Wharf 

St Bennet Sherchog - 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 
Chrift Church Parilh 
StChriftophcr's Parifh 
St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunflan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Farilh 



16 

39 

2 

«4 

117 

16 

'3 

27 
76 
28 

34- 
42 

7 
'3 



finr. 

St Gregory by St Paul's — Si 
St Helen near Bifhoplgate — 38 
St James in Duke's Place — 1 1 
St James at Garlickhithc — 49 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 27 
St John the Evangelift — 

St John Zachary 

St Katherine Coleman — 
St Katherine Creechurch 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney • 



St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Forter-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 
St Margaret in Lothbary — 

St Margaret Moles 

St Margaret in New Fifli-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch — — 
St Mary in Aldermanbury — 
St Mary Aldermary — — 
St Mary le Bow in CheapGdc 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Filh-ftr. 



St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lanc — 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 1 762 



5 
27 

70 

53 

»5 
11 

43 
42 
24 

3 
o 
6 

9 

40 

»9 
13 
20 

30 
30 

«7 

21 
6 
I 

29 
o 

29 



St Mary Mounthaw — — 

St Mary Somerfet — 

St Mary Staining — 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth 



St Matthew in Friday-ftrcet 1 1 

St Michael Baffifhaw 26 

St Michael in Cornhill 24 

St Michael in Crooked -lane 36 
St Michael at Queenhithc — 38 
St Michael at Quern — — 

St Michael Royal • — 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread -ftrcct 
St Mildred in the Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olavc 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet - 



»4 
z6 

9 

20 

21 

o 

»+ 

40 



St Olave in the Old Jewry 1 j 
St Olave in Silvcr-ftrcet — 27 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 1 

St Peter in Cornhill 2 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 18 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 24 



» 



St Stephen inColeman-ftreeli09 

St Stephen in Walbrook — 25 ^d 
St Switliin at London-ftone iS^^ 

St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parifli 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



25- 
iS 

24 

12 

3^ 



PI. o 



St Andrew in Holborn ■ 



-904 

St Bartholomew the Great-- 70 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 33 
St Botolph by Aldcrfgate — 198 

St Botolph by Aldgate 527 

St Botolph by Bifhopfgatc^i— 507 



Bridewell Precin(fl 9 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 302 

St Dunftan in the Weft 1 75 

St George in Southwark — 347 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1 148 
St Olave in Southwark 711 



Buried 2691 

St Saviour in Southwark — 519 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 634 

St Thomas in Southwark-— 80 

Trinity in the Minories iS 

The Peft-houfe — 



I 



Cluiftened in tlic fixteen Pariflies without tlie Walls 4783 Buried 6182 PI. o 



Chrlft Church In Surrey — io6 



-2057 



I7OI. 

St John at Wapping — — 2S9 
St Katherine near the Tower 1 67 

Lambeth Parifh — 278 

St Leonard in Shoreditch —469 
St Mary at Iflington 114 



St Dunftan at Stepney 

St Giles in the Fields 1298 

St James at Clerkenwell — 336 
St John at Hackney 117 

Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parilhcs in Middlcfex and Surrey 5440 Buried 7118 PI. o 



St Mary Magd. Bermotidrcy 4m 

St Mary at Newington 195 

St Mary at Rothcrhith i-]z 

St Mary in Whitechapel —rTi^ 
St Paul at Shadwdl 375 



St Ann in Weftminfter - *— 446 
St Clement Danes — — 434 
St James in Weftminfter — 1007 

Chriftened in the fcvcn 



St Margaret in Weftminfter S3 1 
St Martin in the Fields— 1424 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 126' 
St Paul in Covent Garden 2i3' 



Ague 6 Fever 2902 — 290S 
Apoplexy 74 Sudden- 7 

I ly 74 — \ 

Afthma 



Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3631 
Buried 4480 PI. o 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



14S 



Bleeding 6 Bloody Flux 7 

6 Flux 6 — i 

Burften i Rupture 28 — 

Cancer c,^ Canker 

Thrufh 34 

Childbed 

Chrifomes 44 Infants eg 
Colick 91 Wind i 



iker 1 1 7 



29 

lOI 

225 
11 
9^ 



Confumption 2678 Tif- 7 ^ 
fick 284 — ^^92 

Convulfion 553^ 

Cough 3 Chincovigh 
Hooping Cough i 

Cut of the Stone 
Stone 29 — 

Diabetes 

Diftrafted i Lunatick 28 



1 
'} 



40 



Dropfy 708 Tympany 1 5 
Evil 



Flox andSmall Pox 1095 

Mcaflcs 4 
French Pox - 



ox 1095 7 



4 
29 

55 



Gangrene 15 Fiftula 
Mortification 8 

Gout 16 Cramp 
Sciatica 2 

Grief 

Griping in the Guts — 

Headmouldfliot — 

Jaundies 



np 1 7 



Impofthume — 

Letiiargy 

Livcrgrown — 
Loolencfs - 

Megrims ■ 

Pain in the Side 

Palfy 

Pleurify 

Qiiinfy 

Rheumatifm — 
Rickets 



1099 
57 



Rifing of the Lights — 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scald Head — 

Scurvy 

Sores and Ulcers 

Spleen — 

Spotted Fever 6S Pur- 
ples 9 — 
Stoppage in the 



Stomach 



42 

19 

• 5 
-1136 

. 6 

. 86 

■ 53 

■ 4 
. 8 

2 

■ 3 
1 

. 18 

• 37 

• 7 

• 10 

■ 455 
. 98 

I 

2 

■ 8 

- 60 
2 

77 

375 



Strangury — 
Surfeit •^— — 

Teeth 

Vomiting 

Water in tl\e Head 
Worms 



- 9 

55 

— — 1261 

- 21 

— 3 

— 4* 



Casualties. 

Abortive 10 1 Stillborn 7 
527 I 

Bruikd — '- 

Burnt 

Died by Misfortune ( 
• reported) — 
Drowned ■ 



'1 



62^ 
S 



Exccflive Drinking 
Executed •— • — • — 



Fou nd dead in the Streets,&c. 

Frighted — — — '■ 

Hang'd and made away 7 
themfelves — 3 
Kill'd by fcveral Accidents 

Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Poifoned 

Wounded —— 



8r 

X 

»5 

22 
I 

40 

69 
12 

S| 
I 
I 




f Males — 8 102 
Females 7514 
In all i.']6i6 



f Males — 
Females 
In all — 



10270") 
10201 > 
20471 J 



Incirafed in the Burials this Year 1028 



Pi. o 



A General 



1702. 
A General B I L L of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 16th of December 1701, to the 15th of December 1702. 

According to the Report made to the Queen's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LB AX in Wood-ftrcet 21 

■*^ Alhallows Barkin — 84 

Alhallows in Bread-llrcet — 20 

Alhallows the Great 



Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows the Lefs 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftrect 

Alhallows Staining • 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft 



33 
2 

27 

52 

3' 
lb' 

46 
56 
»7 



St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderfgatc — 

St Ann in Black Friars iji 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 17 
5r Augiillin, vulg. Auftin — 1 5 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 2 8 
St Bcncdift, v. Bennet Fink 32 

jSt Bcnnet Gracechurch 

St Bcnnet at Paul's WharJ— 

St Bcnnet Sherchog 

CtBotolph at Billinlgate — 

Chrift Church Parini 

?t Chriftopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftchcap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

,St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 



8 

1 
1 1 
98 
14 

15 
30 
So 
22 

25 

26 

9 
16 



St Ethelburga's Parifh 

Sc Faith under St Paul's — 26 S 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr, o Si 
St George in Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parilhcs within the Walls 1919 



Bar. 

Gregory by St Paul's — 68 
Helen near Bilboplgate — 27 
James in Duke's Place — 13 
James at Garlickhithe — ^7 
John Baptift by Dowgate 1 3 
John the Evangelill- 
John Zachary 



Katherine Coleman 

Katherine Creechurch — 
Laurence Jewry 



Laurence Pountney 

Leonard in Eallcheap — 
Leonard in Foller-lane — 
Magnus byLondonBridge 
Margaret in Lothbury — 

Margaret Moles 

Margaret in New Fifh-ftr. 

Margaret Pattons 

Martin Ironmonger-lane 

Martin at Ludgate 

Martin Orgars — 

Martin Outwich 

Martin Vintrey 

Mary Abchurch 

Mary in Aldermanbury — 

Mary Aldermary 

Mary k Bow in Cheapfide 
Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 
Mary Colcchurch 



Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
Mary Magd. Old Fifh-ftr. 



5 
'9 
54 
53 
43 
12 

7 
21 

Z9 

34 

2 

o 

'5 
12 

35 
20 

'3 
39 
31 
21 

30 

32 

4 

o 

24 
o 

46 



St Andrew in Holborn ■ 



-899 

St Bartholomew the Great-- 54 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 23 
Sc Botolph by Aldcrfgate — 179 

St Botolph by Aldgate 483 

St Botolph by Bifliopfgatt — 492 



Bridewell Precinft — 



25 



St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 291 

St Dunftan in the Welt 169 

St George in Southwark — 375 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1002 
St Olavc in Southwark 739 



St Mary Mounthaw -^— 

St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth — — 
St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Baffifhaw 

St Michael in Comhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 

St Michael at Quern 

St Michael Royal — 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet — 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Ohve in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 



Bur. 

3 

35 
I 



% 



2^ 

18 

36 

»7 
a; 

«7 
8 

S 
7 

23 
16 



^ 



2 

9 
41 
It 

»9 
5 

14 

30 
16 

18 



St Stephen in Coleman-ftreeti 2 1 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 18 
St Swithin at London- ftone 25 

St Thomas the Apoftle 11 

Trinity Parifli — 1 1 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter — — a 



Buried 2512 Plague 
St Saviour in Southwark — 564 



H 



St Sepulchre's Parifh ■ 527 

St Thomas in Southwark — 691 

Trinity in the Minories 11 

The Peft-houfe -- 



Cbriflcjied \n the fixteen Fariihes without the Walls 4845 Buried 5902 Plague 9 



k 



Chrlft Church in Surrey — 121 

St Diinftan at Stepney 1940 

St Gik'S in the Fields 13 10 

St James at Clerkenwell — 309 
St John at Hackney 100 



T7O2, 

St John at Wapping- 



— 292 
SiKatherinc near thcTower 162 
St Leonard in Shorcdicch — 427 

St Mary atlflington' 105 

St Mary at Lambeth 271 



St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 38? 

St Mary ar Newington 204 

St Mary at Rothcrhith 147 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 731 
St Paul at Shadwcll 420 



Chrillened in the fifteen Out Parifhes in Middlelex and Surrey 5300 
Buried 6921 Plague o 



St Ann in Weftminfter — 401 
St Clement Danes 432 



St Margaret in Weftminft. 736 I St Mary Savoy in the Strand io.(. 

St Martin in the Fields — 1 366 j St Paul in Covent Garden 179 

St James in Weftminfter — 928 

Chriftened in the feven Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3623 

Buried 4146 Plague o 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



AGED 
Ague 
Apoplexy — 
Afthma — 
Bedridden — 
Bleeding — 
Bloody Flux 
Burften — 
Calenture - 

Cancer 

Canker 

Childbed - 



Chincough 

Choaked with Fat 

Chrifomes 

Colick 

Confumption 

Convulfion 

Cough 

Cramp — 

Dropfy 

Evil — 

Fever 

Fiitula — 

Flux 



w 



French Pox ■ ■ 

Gangrene . ^. .^ 

Gout • — 

Grief - " 

Griping in the Guts — 1189 

Head-ach ' 4 

Headmouldfhot — - - ■ 12 



-1455 

- 3 

- 74 

- 3 
• 5 

- 5 

- 4 

I 
1 

- 5^ 

- 9 

- 222 

- 3 
I 

- 49 

- 108 

-2730 

•5^39 

- 11 

I 

- 709 

- 69 

-2682 

- 29 

- 5 

- 55 

- 12 

- 12 

5 



Hooping Cough — 

Jaundics — 

Impolthume 

Infants — 

Lepro/y 



Lethargy — — 

Livergrown 

Lunatick — 

Mealies 

Megrims — 

Mortification 

Palfy 

Pleurify 

Purples — 

Quinfy 

Ralh — 



Rheumatifm 

Rickets — — — 
Rifing of the Lights — 
Rupture — — — 
St Anthony's Fire — 

Scald Head 

Scurvy — 

Small Pox 



Sores and Ulcers — 

Spleen — 

Spotted Fever — • 
Stone 



Stoppage in the Stomach 
Strangury — — 
Strongullion -■--- 

Suddenly - — 



I 

62 

57 
18 

3 

b 

4 

35 

27 

2 

II 

'5 

16 
6 

20 
I 

23 

443 
90 
18 

9 
2 

9 

311 

43 

3 

53 

33 

315 

I 

46 



Surfeit — 

Swelling - 

Teeth — 

Thrufli - 

Tiflick 

Twifling of the Guts — — 

Tympany 

Vomiting . — — - - 

Water in the Head — 

Wen — 

Worms . — 



61: 
2 

1304 

36 

248 

2 

18 

20 

4 
I 

60 



ASUALTIES. 



Abortive 

Bruifed 

Dead byMisfortune (fureported) 

Died in the Streets — 

Drowned . 

Exccffive Drinking — 

Executed . 



Found dead in the Streets, &c. 
Hanged and made away them- I 

(elves 1 

Killed by fcveral Accidents—— 

Murdered 

Overlaid ^— — 

Scalded — 

Smothered 

Stifled in Mud • 

Stillborn 



80 
I 
I 

2 

66 

I 

7 

19 

23 

47 

10 

90 

2 

2 

I 

513 



! Males — 8031 
Females 7656 
In all — 15687 



f Males — 9781 1 
Females 9700 [Of Uie Plague o 
In all — 19481] 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 990 



A General 



1703. 

A General BILL of all the Chriftenlngs and Burials, 

From the i5ih of December 1702, to the 14th of December 1703. 

According to the Report made to the Queen's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 



St A LBAN in Wood-ftrect 26 
"**> Alhallows Barkin — 

Alhallows in Bread-ftrett — 
Alhallows the Great ^ 



93 

«i 

3« 
o 

n 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 16 



Alhallows in Honey-lane — 
Alhallows the Lefs 



Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard - 

St Andrew Underfhaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderigate — 
St Ann in Black Friars - 



38 
70 
31 
10 

45 
4S 

31 
■118 



St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 12 
St AtJguftin, vulg. Auftin — 20 
St Bartholomew byExchange 1 7 
St Benediifl, v. Bennet Fink 

St Btrnnct Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate •— 

Chrift Church PariHi 1 

St Chriftopher's Parilh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft— — 
St Edmund the King — — 
St Ethelburga's Parifh 



12 
16 

49 
3 

9 

105 

»5 
16 

38 

77 

23 
21 

26 

9 

18 



St Fairh vmder St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-lWen Parifhes within the Walls 1773 



Bur. 
St Gregory by St Paul's — 77 
St Helen near Bifhopfgate— 30 
St James in Duke's Place — 24 
St James at Garlickhidie — 45 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 1 2 

St John the Evangelift 3 

St John Zachary — 22 

St Katherine Coleman 47 

St Katherine Crecchurch — 45 

St Laurence Jewry < 29 

St Laurence Pountney 16 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap -— 1 1 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane' — 37 
St Magnus by London Bridge 39 



St Margaret in Lothbury • 
St Margaret Mofes 



St Margaret in New FiHi-ftr. 
St Margaret Parrons-^- — — — 
St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Ocgars — 

St Martin Outw4ch 

St Martin Vintrey — — — 
St Mary Abchurch 



35 

3 
o 

14 
6 

36 
24 

8 

34 
28 



St Mary inAldermanbury— 23 

St Mary Aldcrmary 

St Mary le Bow in Chcapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 
St Mary C«!echurch 



St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifti-flr. 



3^ 

25 

3 
2 

32 
o 

33 



St Andrew in Holborn 9S1 

St Bartholomew the Great — 70 
St Bartholomew the Ld's — 3 1 
St Botolph by AldeHgate — 186 
St Botolph by AUlgatc -—- — 530 
St BotoljDh by Bifhopl'gHtc — ^yj 



Bridewell Precinft — — — 10 
St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 268 
St Dunltan in the Wert -—159 
St George in SoiftJiwark —366 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1 197 
St Olave in Souihwark*— — 71 7 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somerfet — - 
St Mary Staining — — 
St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



St Matthew in Friday- ftrect 15 

St Michael Baffilhaw 34 

St Michael in Cornhill 21 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 74 
St Michael «t Queen liithc— j6 
St Michael at Quern ■ ~ 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood - (IrecC 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreer- 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 
St Nicholas Aeons — ■ ■ 

St Nicholas Colcabby 

St Nicholas Olave — 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 

St Olave in Silver-ftreet 

St PaiKras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near PauFs Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad -ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-llrectl 
St Stephen in Walbrw^ — . 
St Swithtn at London-ftone 2+ 
St Thomas the Apoftle 
Trinity PariOi 



StVedaft, alias Fofter- 



Buried 



I 



2550 



Plague o 

St Saviour in Southwark — 50^| 

St Sepulchre's Parilh 62a 

St Thomas in Southwark — 66 

Trinity rn the Minories 20 

The Peft-boufe . 



<;A>il%a:ed in the Itxteen P.irilhcs without the Walls 4781 Buried 6285 Plague o 



•J* 



ChrlftChurcirin Surrey — 145 
Sc Dunftan « Stepney^^-j 1 50 

St Giles in the Fields 133^ 

St James at Clerkenwell — 353 
St John at Hackney —'^'-^105 



Ss Toha at Wappin^— «— 244 
St katherinc near the Tower 156 
St Leonard in Slioreditch ■—■ 49Q 

St Mary at Iflington 1 15 

St Mary gt Lambeth 230 



x Mary Magd. B^rmondfey 3S7I 

St Mary at Newington 2 1 3 . 

St Mary at Rotherhith 161 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 804 
St Paul at Shadwell 423 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parilhes in Middlefcx and Surrey 5392 
Buried 7329 Plague o 



Sc Ann in Weftminfter -» — 4^4 

St Clement Danes . — 436 

St James in Weftminfter 1060 



St Margaret in Weftminft. 919 
St Martin in the Fields — 1400 



St Mary Savoy in the Strang 1 1 a 
St Paul in COvent Garden 



20: 



\ AGED — 
X\ Ague — 
Apoplcjiy — - 

Afthma 

Bedridden 

Black Catterick 
Bieedine — - 
Bloody Tlux - 

Burlten 

Cancer — » 
Canker — — . 

Childbed 

Chrifomes — 
Colick — - 
Confumption - 
ConvuUton — 
Cough — 



Chriftened in the feven Parilhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3502 

Buried 4556 Plague o 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



Cut of the Stone - 
Diabetes — — 

Diftra<fled - 

Dropfv — — 

Evil ' . 

Fever 

Fiftula . 

Flux 

Frtncb Pox. — • 



—1563 

— 7 

— 7> 

— 3 

— 3 

— I 

4 

6 

— 3 

— 77 

— 9 

— 217 

— 51 

— 102 
— 2831 
— 5493 

— 3 

— I 

— 4 

2 

848 

lOI 

— 3162 

—• 27 

5 



63 



Gangrene ~- i6 

Gout -i • 26 

(Jrecn Sicknefs i 

Grief — — — — — 6 



Griping in the Guts — 985 

Headmoiild/hot 9 

Hedtic Fever i 

Hiccough — ^ J 1 
Hooping Couizh 
Jaundies — — 
Impofthume — 
Infants — — 
Lethargy -^ — 

Livergrown 

Lunatick — — 

Meafles 

Mortification — 
Pain in the Head 

Paify , ^ — 

Pleurify 



Purples • — • 

Quinly .• 

Ralh 

Rheumatifm — — 
Ricketi — »w- -— 
Rifing of the Liftbts— 



5 

102 

49 

25 

5 
6 

34 

5» 

14 

I 

2Q 

23 
II 

i4 

5 
26 

381 

86 



Rupture 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scald Head 

Starlet Fever — 

Scurvy 

Small Pox 



23 

10 
1 

7 

14 
898 

45 

3 
74 
39 



Sores and Ulcers - 
Spleen — — 
Spotted Fever — 
Stone ■ — ■ — — - 
Stoppage in the Stomach 333 

Strangury — 

Stronguliion -^ — 
Suddenly — - - 

Surfeit — ■ — — 

Teeth 

Thrulh - 

Tiffick — -^ 



Twitting of the Guts 

Tympany — 

Vomiting — 

Water in the Head — 

Wen 

Wind — 

Wolf 

Worms • ■■■ 



/o 
1305 

41 

3'C' 

I 

8 

9 

II 

I 

1 

r 

47 



CASUAtTtES. 



Abortive 
Bruifed 
Burnt — 



Choaked — 

Dead by Misfortune ) 

(fo reported) j 

Drowned — 

Executed — 

Found dead in the 1 

Streets, &c. ] 

Frighted — ^—^— 
Hang'd and made a- 1 

way themfelves J 
Killed by feveral Ac- J 

cidcnts 5 

Murdered — 

Overlaid — 

Scalded — 

Stifled — 

Stillborn 



lit 
2 

J 

2 



6i 
6 

^9 



21 



72 



12 

69 

- — I 

3 

443 

SuSbcated with Charcoal t 



{Males — 7765 
Females 76S3 
In all — 15448 



("Males — 
BURIED \ Females 



(.In all — 20720 J 
Increafcd in the Burials this Year 1239 



103547 

10366 ^Of the Plague o 



R 2 



A General 



^ 1704- 

A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 14th of December 1703, to the 19th of December 1704. V 

According to the Report made to the Queen's moft excellent Majefty, , 
By the Company of Parifl; Clerks of London, 6cc. | 



Bur. 

St A LB AN in Wood-ftreet 27 

•**• Alhallows Barkin — 69 

Alhallow.s in Bread-ftreet 

Allullows the Great 



24 
50 
4 
16 
22 

3' 

Alhallows on London Wall 70 
St AlphagenearSionCoUcge 36 

St Andrew Hubbard 10 

St Andrew Underfliaft 39 

St Andrew Wardrobe 47 

3i 



Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows the Lefs 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 
Alhallows Staining 



St Ann within Alderfgate 



St Ann in Black Friars- 



-137 



St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 
St Auguftiii, vulg Auflin — 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Bcnedii^, v. Bcnnet Fink 

St Ben net Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf— 5 

St Bennet Shcrchog 

St Batolph at Billinfgate — 
Chrirt Church Parilh 1 1 



15 
16 

24 
21 

'3 

.^2 



St Chriflophcr's Parifh 

St Clement ne;ir Ealtcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Diinftan in the Ealt 

St Edmund the King 

St Etlielbiirga's Parifh 

Sc Faith under St Paul's — 



3 

10 

'3 
41 
69 

27 
16 

43 
I 2 

15 



St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 

Chriflened in the ninety-feven Pariflies within the Walls 1928 



Gregory by St Paul's — 73 
Helen near Bifhopfgate — 36 
James in Duke's Place — 2 1 
James at Garlickhithe — 45 
John Baptift by Dowgate 19 
John the Evangelift 
John Zachary 



Katherine Coleman 

Katherine Crcechurch — 
Laurence Jewry 



4 

'5 
69 

52 
48 

21 



Laurence Pountney 

Leonard in Eaftcheap — 7 
Leonard in Fofter-lane— 33 
Magnus by London Bridge 45 
Margaret in Lothbury — 34 

Margaret Mofes 

Margaret in New Filh-ftr. 

Margaret Pattons 

Martin Ironmonger-lane 



Martin at Ludgate 
Martin Orgars 



Martin Outwich — 
Martin Vintrey — 
Mary Abchurch 



Mary in Aldcrmanbury-- 

Mary Aldermar)* 

Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

Mary Colechurch 

Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
Mary Magd. Old Fifh-ftr. 



I 

o 

15 
9 
31 
24 
1 2 

3S 

25 

32 
18 

31 

7 
2 

29 

o 

40 



J?t Andrew in Holborn — 10S7 
St Bartliolomew the Great-- 94 
St Bartholomew the Lef5 — '^o 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 232 
St Botolph by Aldgate 645 



St Botolph by Bifliopfgate — 545 

Chnltcned in tiic fixteen Parifhes without iJic Walls 486S 



Bridewell Precincfl 23 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 327 

St Dunlbn in the Weft 190 

St George in Southwark — 376 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1160 
St Olave in Southwark 747 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somcrfct — 
St Mary Staining 



St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BafTifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhiche — 
St Michael at Qiiern ^^— 

St Michael Royal — 

St Michael in Wood-rtrect— 
St Mildred in Bread -11 reet— 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St NichoLis Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Harr-ll:rcet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silvcr-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill . 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- fir. 
St Stephen in Coleman -ftirect 144 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Swithin at London-ftone 
St Thomas the Apollle- 

Trinity Parifh 

StVedaft, alias Fofter- 



Buried 



2732 




Plague o 

St Saviour in Southwark. — 594 

St Sepulchre's Parilli 65S 

St Thomas in Southwark — 6i 

Trinity in die Minories 

The Pcft-houfc — 

Buried 6795 Plague o 




Chrift Church In Surrey —137 

St Dunftan at Stepney 2406 

St Giles in the Fields 1458 

St James at Clerkenwell — 362 
St John at Hackney 1 34 



I 704. 

St John at Wapping 3 3 1 

St Katherine near the Tower 1 78 
St Leonard in Siioreditch — 658 

St Mary at Iflington 147 

St Mary at Lambeth 246 



St Mary Magd. Bcrmondfey 40S 

St Mary at Ncwington 179 

St Mary at Kothcrhiih 215 

St Mary in Whitcchapcl — 85J 
St Paul at Shadwell 498 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 5494 Buried 8231 PI, 



St Margaret in Weftminft. 1023 
St Martin in the Fields — 1489 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 130 
St Paul in Covcnt Garden 205 



St Ann in Weftminller 505 

St Clement Danes — 455 

St James in Weftminfter 1099 

Chriftened in the feven Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminftcr 3605 

Buried 4906 PI. o 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



AGED — 
Ague — 
Apoplexy — 
Afllima 



Btdriddeii — 
Bleeding ■ 

Blor)dvyiuX — 

Burften 

Cancer — — 

Canker 

Childbed 

Chincouglr — 

Chrifomes 

Colick 

Confumption — 
Convulfioii — 
Cough — 
Cut ot the Stone 
Diabetes — — 
Diftraclcd — 
Dropfy — — 

Evil 

Fever — 

FiHula 

Flux — 

French Pox — 
Gangrene — 
Gout ^— — 



■ 1799 

- 6 

• 5:? 

- 1 1 

- 8 

■ i 

5 

2 

• 62 

6 

• 266 

I 

- 69 

- '25 
-30 » J 



— 59S7 



- I 
I 

- 4 
I 

- 918 

- 94 

-3243 

- 32 

7 

- 52 

- 16. 

- 23 



Gravel — i 

Grief ^ 

Griping in ihc Guts — J : 

HeadmoulJlhot 

Hedlic Fever 



I St Anthony's Fire 

5 Scarlet Fever 

3^ Scurvy — 

18 Small Pox ' 1 

Sores and Ulcers 

Solccn — 



Horflioehead — — . „„., — 

jaundies — ^— 84 Spotted Fever — — 

linpudhumc 
Infants 
InflamiTiatioii 
Leprofy 
Lethargy — 



^, Stont 
32 Stone Colick. 



Livtrgrown — — 

Lunatick — 

Malignant Fever -^ 

Meafles — 

Megrims — • 

Mortification -^■^— 
Pally 



Pleurify — 

Purples ' — 

Quiniy 

Ralh 

Rhcumatifm — — 
Rickets — ' 
Riling of the Lights — 
Rupture — - ■ —^ 



4 
8 

46 
I 

12 

4 
22 

3c 

40 

14 
16 

2 

42 

421 

107 



Stopp;ige i:i the Stomach 

Strangury — 

StronguUion — — 
Suddenly — -■ 

Surfeit — 

Swelling — 

Tecih — 1 

Thruih 

Tiflick — — 

Twitting of the Guts 

Tympiiny — 

Vapours — 

Vomiting — 

Vomiting and Loofncfs 
Water in the Head — 
Wen 



CASUAtTIES. 



White Swelling 

27, Worms — • 



H 
501 

43 
S 

61 

45 
1 

293 

3 

4 

64 

61, 

2 

33 

295 
8 

"5 
I 

18 

3 

II 

I 

3 

42 



Abortive — 

Broken Leg — - 

Bruifcd — 

Burnt 

Choaktd with a Piece 

of Meat 
Drowned — 



Exceflivc Drinking - 

Executed — 

Found dead in the 

Streets, &c. 
Hanged and made a- 

way themfchcs 
Killed by ftvcral Ac- 
cidents 
Murdered — — 

Oveilaid 

Scalded — 

Smothered — 

Stifled in Mud — - 
Stillborn — ■ 



r Males — 8153 

CHRJSTENED ] Females 7742 

tin all — 15895 



("Males — 11401 "1 
BURIED \ Females 1 1283 iPl. o 
(.In all — 22C84J 



Increafed in the Burials this Year 1964 



A Gcncrrf 



I705- 

A General BILL of all the Chriflienings and Burialsj 

From the 19th of I>ccembcr 1704, to the i8th of December 1705. 

According to the Report made to die Queen's mod excellent Majeily, 
By the Company of Pariih Clerks of London, 6cc. 



Bar. 

St A LEAN in Wood-ftreet 32 

>**• AJhallows Barkin — S4 

Alhallows in Brcad-llreet — 

Alhallows the Great 



Alhallows in Honey-lane — 
Alhallows the Lefs 



'5 

49 
6 

17 



Alhallows in Lombard-ftrcet i8 
Alhallows Staining — — - 42 
Alhallows on London Wall 61 
St Alphage near Sion College 27 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 8 

St Andrew Underfhaft 38 

St Andrew Wardrobe 64 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 39 

St Ann in Black Friars 1 1 7 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 9 
St Auguftin, vulg. Aurtin — 13 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 21 
St Bencdid, v. Bcnnet P'ink 34 

St Bcnnet Graccchurch 14 

St Bcnnet at Paul's Wharf 46 

St Bennet Sherehog - 1 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 13 
Chrift Church Parilh 106 

19 

«7 
22 
66 
29 
27 
40 
8 
«3 



St Chriftopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's PariHi 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 



Bar. 
St Gregory by St Paul's — 72 
St Helen near Bilhoplgate — 30 
St James in Duke's Place — 36 
St James at Garlickhithe — 29 
St John Baptift by Dowgatc 19 

St John the Evangelift 3 

St John Zachary — 17 

St Katherine Coleman 61 

St Katherine Creechurch — 54 

St Laurence Jewry 42 

St Laurence Pountney — 1 1 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — j 7 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 40 
St Magnus by London Bridge 43 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 41 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret in New FUh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 

St Man in at Ludgatc 

St Martin Orgars — — — 
St Martin Outwich 



4 
o 

'9 
12 

39 
II 

9 

26 

37 
20 



St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch — — 
St Mary in Aldcrmanbury — 
St Mary Aidcrmary — — 
St Mary leBowinCheapfide 23 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 6 

St Mary Colechurch o 

St Mary Hill by Billinlgate 40 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. o 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifh-ftr. 33 



Chriftcncd in the ninety-leven Parifhes within the Walls 



St Andrew in Holborn • 



-942 

St Bartholomew the Great — 74 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 29 
St Botolph by Aldeifgate — 249 

St Botolph by Al^gate 617 

St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 549 



Bridewell Precinift 



14 



St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 315 
St Dunftan in the Weft - —184 
St George in Southwark — 373 
St Giles by Cripplegatc — 1 189 
St Olave in Southwark 799 



St Mary Mounthaw - 
St Mary Somerfet — 
St Mary Staining 



St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Baffilhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-Ianc 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 49 



Bur. 

• 7 
■38 
. iS 

• I 

s 

35 
iS 

29 



St Michael at Quern 

St Michael Royal • — 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread -ftrcct 
St Mildred in the Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons — 

St Nicholas Cdeabby 

St Nicholas OLave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 



4 



16 
10 

»4 

»7 

3 

28 

9 
33 
^3 

2S 

4 
3^ 



St Peter near Paul's Wharf 12 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 36. 
St Stephen inColeman-ftreeti2i 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 20 
St Swithin at London-ftone 2^ 

St Thomas the Apoftle 30 

Trinity Pari/h 26. 

St Vcdaft, alias Fofter -^— ^^^, 

1850 Buried 2696 

St Saviour in Southwark — 625 

St Sepulchre's Parilh 631 

St Thomas in Southwark — 76 

Trinity in the Minories 26 

ThePeft-houfe — 



I 



Chriftcned in the fixtcen Parifties without the Walls 5013 Buried 669Z 



Chrift Church in Surrey —176 
St Dunftan at Stepney— —2267 

St Giles in the Fields 1544 

St James at Clcrkenwell — 371 
St John at Hackney 135 



•287 



St John at Wapping • 
St Katherine near the Tower 1 66 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 637 
St Mary at Iflington — ' — 143 
St Mary at Lambeth 299 



St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 403 

St Mary at Newington 1 97 

St Mary at Rotherhith 



-21 1 



St Mary in Whitecha{x"i — S 1 3 
St PAul at Shadwcll 4 1 9 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parillies in Middlcfex and6urrey 5891 Buried 8057 



St Margaret in Weftminfl:er973 
St Martin in the Fields --1489 



t Ann in Weftminfter 439 

St Clement Danes 493 

St James in Weftminfter — 934 

I Chriftened in the fcven Parilhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3391 



St Mary Savoy in die Strand r 20 
St Paul in Covcnt Garden 204 



Buried 4652 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



AGED — • 
Ague — 
Apoplexy — 
AOhnu — • — 

BcdridJen 

Bleeding • 

Blooily JHux — 

Burften • 

Car.ccr — — 
Canker - 

Child'oed 



Chiacough — 

Chrifomes 

Coliclc — — 
ConfumptHin — 
ConvuKion — 
Cough — — 
Cut of the Stone 
Diabetes — — 
Dilh-adcd — 
Dropfy 

Evil 

Fever — 

Fiftula 

Flux - 

French Pox — 



-1746 

- 3 

- 6fa 

- ai 

- 5 

2 

- 10 

- 6 

- 66 

- ij 
^287 

- 5 

- 44 

- 126 

.4784 
-624b' 

- iz 

2 

2 

I 

78c 

- 7« 
.3290 

- 89 

a 

- 29 



Gangrene 
Gout ^-« 
Grief — 



7 
24 

2 



Griping iu the Guts— 1021 
HeaJdmouldfliot 
Jnuudies — — 
Importhume — 
Infunts 



Inflammation — — 

f^tha'gy — " 

LivcrgrowD 

Loofnels 

Lunatick. — — ' 

MalignaJlt Fever 

Meailes — ■ 

Megrims ■ — 

Mortification 

Pain in the Side ■ 

Pleurify 

Purples — 

Qpinfy ■ 

Rafh 

Rheumacifm — 
Rickets 



20 
7S 

50 
21 

I 

8 

3 

2 

18 

I 

319 

a 
24 

I 
23 
50 
12 
2b 

2 

29 
272 



Rupture -' - 

St Anthony's Fire- 
Scarlet F>ver 

Scurfy ■ 

Small Pox — 

Sores and Uk«rs - 
Spleen 



16 
9 

5 
6 

1095 

37 
6 

4< 

I 

SO 

Stoppage in the Stomach 244^ 
Strangury — 
Stronuullion 



Spotted Fever 

Stagnation in the Head 
Stone 



Suddenly 

Surfeit — ~ — 

Teeth 

Thrufh 

Tiffick 

Twifiing of the Guts 

Tympany — 

Vapours — - 

Vomiting — 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 
Water in the Head — 
Wind 



= d 

— 56 
— 13S4 

62 

35t 
6 

14 
1 

II 
I 
6 



Rifing of the Lights— 76 Worms — — ■- — 31 



CASyAtTIHJ. 



Abortive — 

Broken Leg — — 

Bruifed — ^ 

Burnt 

Died by Misfortune ) 

(fo rejxiTted) J 

Died by cutting off) 

a Leg J 

Drowned — 

Executed 

Found dead in the ? 

Streets, &c. 1 

Hanged and made a- i 

way themfelves I 
Killed by feveral Ac- ) 

cidents J 

Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Stabbed — ^ • I 

Stifled in a Houfc of ) 

Office J 

Stillborn 490 

Suffocated — * 



19 

3 
6 

6 



66 
V 

54 



{Males — 8366 
Females 7779 
In all 1 6145 



r Males — 
1, ^ XV X X- »^ ^ Females 



(in all — 
Dccrcafed in the Burials this Year 587 



IIOII 

11086 
22097 



A General 



1706. 
A General B I L L of all the Chrlftenlngs and Burials, 

From tire iSih of December 1705, to the 10th of December 1706. 

Ac?cording to the Report made to the Queen's mod excellent Majefty> 
By the Company of Pariili Clerks of London, Sec. 



Cur. 



St A LEAN inWood-ftreet 20 

■**■ Alhallows Barkin — 
Alliallows inBrcad-ftrcet — 

Alhallows the Great 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows the Lefs 

Alhallows in Lombard -ftreer 

Alhallows Staining • 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew liubbard 

St Andrew Underfliaft 



12 

2 

»5 
»4 

29 

57 
25 
II 

53 
4« 
28 



St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderigate — 

St Ann in Black Friars 124 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 15 
St Augiiftin, vulg. Aullin — 1 5 
St Bartholomew by Kxchange 28 
St Bcneditl, v. Bcnnet Fink 12 

St Bennet Graccchurch— 

St Bejinct at Paul's Wharf — 
St Bcnncr Sherehos 



St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift: Church Parifh 

St Chrirtopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftchcap 

St Dionis Backchurch r- 

St Dunflan in the FLail 

St F.dmund the Kini^ 

St Ethtlburga's ParUh 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-flr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 



II 

2 

9 

92 

9 

'5 

'9 

6b' 

23 
25 
32 
^3 

In 



Bur. 

48 

24 

17 
29 

14 

a 
6 

59 
53 
21 

19 
Leonard in Ealtcheap — 9 

Leonard in Foftcr-lane — 22 

Magnus by LondonBridge 44 

Margaret in Lothbury — 27 

Moies 



Gregory by St Paul's — 
Helen near Bifhoplgate — 
James in Duke's Place — 
James at Garlickhithe — 
John Baptift by Dowgate 

John the Evangelill: 

John Zachary — 

Katherine Coleman 

Kadicrinc Creechurch — 

Laurence Jewry 

Laurence Pountncy 



Margaret 

Margaret in New Filb-flr. 

Margaret Patrons. 

Mariin Ironmonger-lane 

Martin at Ludgate 

Martin Orgars — 



Martin Outwich 

Martin Vintrey — 

Mary Abchurch 

Mary in Aldermanbury — 

Mary Aldermary 

Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

Mary Coiechurch 

Mary Hill by Billinrgate 
Mary Magd, in Milk-ilr. 
Marv Magd. Old Fiih-ftr. 



I 

o 
II 

8 

27 

J? 
10 

42 

29 

22 

'9 

25 

2 

1 

3i 
o 

28 



St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth — — 
St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Baflilhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill ■ 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 



Bus. 

4 

39 

9 
o 

22. 

9' 
25 

25 
28 

St Michael at Queenhithe — 45 

St Michael at Quern 7 

St Michael Royal 18 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 15 
St Mildred in Bread- ftreet — 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 7 

St Peter in Cheapfide lo- 

St Peter in Cornhill 20 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 21 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 30 
St Stephen inColeman-ftrectio^ 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
Sc Swithin at London-ltone 
St Thomas the Apoftle — 

Trinity Parifh — 

St V'edafl, alias Poller 



n 



n 



Chriilened in the ninety-feven Parifhes widiin the Walls 1796 Buried' 2292 



St Andrev/ in Holborn 
St Bartholomew the G; 



991 
48 
21 



Bridewell Precinft 24 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 305 

St Dunllan in the Welt 168 

vSt George in Southwark * — 326 
St Giles by Cripplcgate — 1099 
St Olave in Southwark 665 

Chriftencd in die fixteen Parifhes without the Walls 4806 



eat-- 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 
St Botolph by Aldcrfgare — 175 

St Botolph by Aldgate 544 

St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 474 



St Saviour in Southwark —545 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 590 

St Thomas in Southwark — go 

Trinity in the Minories 19 

The Peft-houfe -- 



Buried 6084 



1706. 



I 



Chrift Church in Surrey — 140 

St Dunftan at Stepney 2069 

St Giles in the Fields 1303 

St James at Clerkenwell — 377 
St John at Hackney 1 1 1 



-268 



St John atWapping — 

St Katherine near the Tower 159 

St Leonard in Shoreditch— 520 

S: Mary at Iflington 127 

St Mary at Lambeth 299 



St Mary MagJTBcrmbndfcy 3^4 

St Mary at Newington tj^ 

St Mary at Rotherhith 196 

St Mary in Whitcchapel — 727 
St Paul at Shadwell 43 7 



Qiriftened in the fifteen Out Parilhes in Middlefex and Surrey 5444 Buried 7271 



St Margaret in Weftminft. 804 



St Martin in the Fields —1294 



St Ann in Weftminfter — 398 

St Clement Danes 436 

St James in Weftminfter — 976 

Chriftened in the I'even Parilhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3323, 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 1 4 i 
St Paul in Covent Garden i rt 



Buried 4200 



^ 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



Bleedint 
Bloody Flux 



AGED 
Ague — 

Apoplexy 

Afthma ■ 
Bedridden 

Burite'n ■ 

Calenture — 
Cancer — — 

Canker 

Childbed 

Chincough 

Chriforaes ■ 
Colick — — 
Confumption — 
Convulfion — ■ 
Cough — — 
Cut of the Stone- 
Diabetes — — 
Dropfv — — 

Evil . 

fever — 

Firtula ■ 

Flux 



—1563 

2 

- 64 

22 



French Pox — 



Gangrene 

Gout 

Great Cold — 
Grief — 



6 



Griping in the Guts— 94 
Head-ach — « ■ 

Headmouldfliot 



Hooping Cough 
Jaundies — — 
73 Impoflhume — 
6 Infants — 
23S Leprofy — 
2 Lethargy 
38 Livergrown 
1 01 Loorntfs — 
■27 J 6 Lunatick 
5961 Malignant Fever 

5 Meafles 
1 Megrims 

6 Mortification 
742 Pain in the Side 

60 Paify 
2662 Plcurify 
22 Purples — 
1 1 Qiiinfy 
47 Ralh 



I 

10 
2 

87 

54 

25 

I 

6 

6 

6 

26 

2 

36 J 

2 

2b 
I 

23 
26 

9 
8 



Rheumatifm — — 

Rickets — 

Rifing of the Lights — 

Rupture 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scald Head — 

Scarlet Fever 

Sciatica — 

Scurvy 

Shingles — 

Small Pox 

Sores and Ulcers 

Spleen — 

Spotted Fever 

Stone 



29 
206 

7 



- 4 
2 

- 5 
I 

- 72i 

- 48 

- 5 

' 54 

" ^3 
Stoppage in tlie Stomach 18S 

Strangury — 7 

Strongullion — — 3 

Suddenly — 68 

Surfeit — 52 

Teeth 1185 

Thrufh 38 

Tiflick ■ — 251 

Twilling of the Guts 7 

Tympany — 1 1 

Vomiting — — — 5 



Vomiting and Loofncfs t 

Water in the Head — 4 

Wen . 1 

Worms 12 



Abortive — 
Bruifcd — 
Burnt 



Drowned — 
Executed — — 
Found dead in 

Streets, &c. 
Frijrhied — 



the 



Haiig'd and made a- 1 

way themfelves J 

Killed by feveral Ac- 1 

cidents J 

Murdered — 

Overlaid — 

Scalded — 

Stillborn 

Suffocated — , 

\Vounded at Sea ■ — - - 



Casualties. 



90 
4 
5 

74 

16 



40 

54 

5 

40 

4 

459 

3 

1 



[Males — 7952 
Females 7417 
In all — 15369 



! Males — 9988 
Females 9859 
In all — 19847 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 2250 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the loth of December 1706, to the i6th of December 1707. 

Accwding to the Report made to the Queen's moft excellent Majefty, 

By tlic Company of Parilh Clerks of London, &c 



Bur. 



5t A LB AN in Wood-Ib-eet 25 

■»*• Alhallows Barkin — 
Alhallows in Bread-ftrcct — 

Alhallows the Great 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 
Alhallows the Lefs 



Alhallows in Lombard-ftrcet 

Alhallows Staining. 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage nearSion College 

6t Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfliaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 
St Ann in Black triars- 



St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 
St'Auguftin, vulg Aurtin — 
6t Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Benedid, v. Bcnnet Fink 

St Bcnnet Gracechurch 

St Bennct at Paul's Wharf — 

St Bennet Sherehoo 

St Botolph at Billinrgatc — 
Chrift Church Parifti 



91 
»3 
48 
I 
18 

'7 
30 
72 
36 
8 
46 

55 

36 

^35 



St Chriftopher's Parilh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eall - •^— 

J>t Edmund the King ■ 

St Ethclburga's Panfh ■ 

St Faith under St Paul's — 



18 
10 

U 
21 

13 

4« 

2 

4 
103 

»4 
16 

28 

60 
12 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen nearBifhoplgate — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katlierine Creechurch — 
St Laurence Jewry 



Bur. 
66 
28 
14 

38 
18 

3 
'9 

65 
33 
20 
1 1 



St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 38 
St Magnus by London Bridge 36 
St Margaret in Lotlibury — 29 

St Margaret Mofes o 

St Margaret in New Fifh-ft^r. o 

St Margaret Patrons 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrcy ■ 

St Mary Abchurch 



St Mary in Aldermanbury-- 

St Mary Aldermar)- — 

St Mary le Bow in Clieapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgatc 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-llr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifh-ftr. 



10 

9 
29 

20 
6 
3« 
32 
34 
22 

29 
4 

36 
o 

23 



St Gabriel m Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 

Chrillened in tlie ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 



St Andrew in Holborn 
St Bartholomew the Great- - 
St Bartholomew the Lei's — 3 1 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 182 

St Botolph by Aldgate 62 1 

St Botolph by Bilhopfgate — 524 



Bridewell Precinft 30 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 285 
St Dunftan in the Weft - — 17S 
St George in South wark — 3S6 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1307 
St Olave in South wark 730 



Mary Mounthaw — 
Mafy Somcrlec — 

Mary Staining 

Mary Woolchurch 
Mary Woolnoth 



I 

14 

1 



S4 
II 



Matthew in Friday-ftrect 
Michael Bafllfhaw ■ 

Michael inComhill 

Michael in Crooked-lane 
Michael at Queenhithe — 
Michael at Qviern —^ 

Michael Royal 

Michael in Wood-ftrcet— 
Mildred in Bread- ftreet— 
Mildred in the Poultry — 

Nicholas Aeons 

Nicholas Coleabby 

Nicholas Olave 



34 
I] 



St Olave in Hart-ftreet- 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver- ftreet ■=— 
St Pancras in Pancras-lanc 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ft r. 
St Stephen in Coleman-llreetit 

St Stephen in Walbrook 

St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apofhle 

Trinity Parilh 

St Vedaft, alias Foftcr 



1879 



Buried 



2513 

St Saviour in Southwark — 599 

St Sepulchre's Parifli ^5fl 

St Thomas in Southwark M^ 

Trinity in the Minories 3, 

The Peft-houfe — 



Chriftcned in the fixtcen Parilhes without the Walls 5071 



Buried 6741 



Chrin: Church in Surrey — iiS 
St Dunftin tt Stepnfcy-^-i^2 i i 7 

St Giles in the Fields 1 425 

St James at Clerkenwell — 419 
St John at Hackney 139 



1707. 

St John at Wapping 360 

St Kathcfine near thtTo\tef 147 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 540 

St Mary at Iflingron 132 

St Mary at Lambeth 3 1 5 



St Mary Magd. Bcrmondrey395 

St Mary at N'ewington 195 

St Mary at Rothcrhith 220 

St Mary in Whitcchapcl — 787 
St Paul at Shadwcil 424 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parifhes in Middlefe'x and Surrey 5703 Buried 7743 



St Ann in Weftminfter — 445 
St Clement Danes 429 



St Margaret in Wfflminft. 890 | StMarySavoy in die Strand 132 

St Martin in the Fields — 1485 j St Paul in Covcnt Garden 192- 

St James in Weftminfter 1030 

Chriftened in the fcven Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3413 



Buried 4603; 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



AGED 
Ague 
Apoplexy — 
Afthma — 
Bedridden — 
Bleeding — 
Bloody Flux 
Bnrftcn — 

Cancer 

Canker - — 
Childbed — 
Chincough - 
Chrifomes - 
Colick — 
Confumption 
Convulfion 
Cough 



Cut of the Stone 

Plabetes 

Diftradcd 

Propfy 

£vil — 

I Fever ^ 

'Firtula - 

Flux 



.1965 

2 

- 71 

- 26 

- 6 

- 8 

- 4 

- 3 

- 82 

- II 

- 258 

2 

- 55 

- 97 

-5948 

- 5 
1 
1 



French Pox 
Gangrene 

Gout 

Gravel - — 

Grief 

Griping in the Guts — 

Head-ach 



- 903 

- 94 
-2947 

- 16 

- 6 

- S3 

I 

88j 
I 



Headmouldfliot 

HtiSttc Fever ___^_ 

Hooping Cough — 

Jaundies . 

Impollhume 

Infants — ^— ^— 

Leprofy - — — — 

lycthargy — — — — 

Livergrown 

Loofnefs 

Lunatick 

Malignant Fever — 

Meafles 

Mortification 

Palfy . 

Pleuri fy -^ 

Purples 



Putrincation 

Quinfy 

Rafli 

Rheumatifm 
Rickets 



Rifing of the Lights — ■ 

Rupture 

St Anthony's Fire — 

Scurvy . — 

Small Pox ■ — 



Sores and Ulcers — — 

Spleen •— — 

Spotted Fever — 

Stone and Stone Colick — 
Stoppage in the Stomach 



27 
3 
3 

81 

64 

30 
I 

9 
S 
3 
>4 
2 

37 
39 

-.1 

5 
I 

8 

7 

32 

226 

76 

21 

10 

2 

1078 

58 

3 

42 

48 

266 



Sfrangurr 
Strongullion 
Suddenly — 

Surfeit 

Teeth 

Thru(h — 
Tiffick 



Pwining of the Guts — 

Tympany 

Vomiting 



Vomiting and Loofnefs — — 

Water in the Head — 

Wen — 

Worms 



10 
I 

- 68 

- 33 

«343 
■ |4 

- 3S7 

- 6 

- 16 
18 

3 

9 

I 

35 



CASUAtTlES. 



Abortive 

Bruifed 

Burnt — 

Drowned ■ 

Executed 

Found dead in the Streets, &c. 
Frighted 



Hanged and made away them- ) 
felves — — J 
Killed by feveral Accidents 

Murdered ^ 

Overlaid — 

Scalded — _____ 

Shot in a Mutiny — 
Stillborn 



Strangled accidentally 



108 

3 
3 

72 

5 

21 
I 

38 

52 
6 

68 

I 

2 

439 

1 



i Males — S379 
Females 7687 
In all — 16066 



{Males — 10785 
Females 19815 
In all — 21600 



Increafed in the Burials this Year i y^^ 
S X 



A General 



1708. 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials/ 

From the 16th of December 1707, to the I4tli of December 1708. 

According to the Report made to the Queen's mod excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 



St A LBAN inWood-ftreet 28 



■* *■ Alhallows Barkin 
Alhallows in Bread-ftrcet — 

Alhallows the Great 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 
Alhallows the Lefs 



16 
61 

32 

12 
52 

57 
St Ann within Alderfgate — 37 

St Ann in Black Friars 134 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin ii 



Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphagc near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfliaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 



Bur. 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 76 
St Helen near Bilhopfgate — 41 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary — 

Sc Katherine Coleman 



St Aiiguftin, vulg. Auftin- 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Benedid, v. Bcnnet Fink 

St Bcnnct Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 

St Bennet Shcrehog 

St Botolph at Billinfgacc — 

Chrift Church Parilh 

St Chrillopher's Parifh 



iS 
21 



9 
60 



9 
99 



St Clement near Eaftchcap 13 



St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Fail 

St Edmund the King 

Sc Etheiburga's Parilh- 



21 
61 

'9 

36 
1 J 



St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney ■ 



20 
36 
23 

5 

14 
55 
59 
37 
13 

7 
3' 



St Leonard in Eaftchcap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 44 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 39 
St Margaret Mofes 



Sc Margaret in New Fifh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars ■ — 



St Martin Outwich — 
Sc Martin Vintrey — 
St Mary Abchurch 



4 
o 

15 
17 
34 

15 

10 

40 
21 

3^ 

28 



St Mary in Aldermanbury — 

St Mary Aldermary ■- — 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 26 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 4 

St Mary Colechurch i 

St Mary Hill by BiUinfgate 32 
Sc Mary Magd. in Milk-fir. o 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifli-ftr. 



St Faith under St Paul's — 

St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. ii i5t Mary Magd. Uldtilli-ltr. 37 

St George in Bocolph-lane — i o 

Chrillened in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 1897 



St Mary Mountliaw — 

St Mary Somerlet — 

St Mary Staining — — - 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew in Friday-ftrect 

St Michael BafTifliaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe— 

St Michael at Qiiern 

St Michael Royal 10 

St Michael in Wood-ftrcct la 
St Mildred in Bread- ftreet-- iP 
Sc Mildred in the Poultry — 10 

St Nicholas Aeons 5 

Sc Nicholas Colcabby jo 

Sc Nicholas Olave — M 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet • <^ 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 

St Olave in Silvcr-ftreet 

St Pancras in Pancras-Iane 

Sc Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Br9ad-llr. 
St Stephen in Colemaa-ftreeti 

St Stephen in Walbrook 17 

St Swithin at London- flonc 

St Thomas the Apoftle- 

Trinity Parifli — 
St Vedaft, alias Foflrer 



6 
18 



Buried 



2534- 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1017 
St Bartholomew chc Greac — 74 
Sc Bartiiolomew the Lds — 34 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 196 

St Botolph by Aklgate ^6() 

St Botolph by BKhopfgate — 496 



Bridewell Precinft — 



29 



St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 3+4 

St Dunftan in the Weft 206 

St Georgj in Southwark — 44S 
Sc Giles by Cripplegate —1204 

St Olave in Southwark 703 

Chriftcncd in the fixteen PariOies without the Walls 4890 



St Saviour in Southwark — cSi 

St Sepulchre's Parilh -^ 6oi 

St Thomas in Southwark — 1 1 1 

Trinity in the Minorics 

The Pcft-houfe — 



Buried 6641 



^hrift Church in Surrey — 150 
St Diinitan at Stepney— — 2084 
St Giles in the Fields ■ 1370 
St James at Clerkenwell — 412 
St John at Hackney 125 



1708. 

St John at Wapping 310 

St Kathcrine near the Tower 1 52 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 543 
St Mary at Iflington — — 294 
St Mary at Lambeth 1 1 4 



St Mary Magd. Be- rmondley 41)^ 

St Mary at Newington 2 1 2 

St Mary at Rothtrhith 201 

St Mary in Whitcchapci — 647 
St Paul at Shadwell 4 1 3 



Chrlftened in the fifteen Out Pariflies in Middlefex and Surrey 5661 Buried 7490 



St Ann in Weftminfter 444 

St Clement Danes 485 



St Margaret in Weftminfter 8 34 
St Martin in the Fields — 1487 
St James in Weftminfter — 1058 

Chriftened in the feven Parifhcs in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3414 



St Mary Savoy in the Srrandi 24 
St Paul in Covent Garden 1 94 



Buried 4626 



^ 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



AGED 1728 
Ague — — 

Apoplexy — 

Afthma — 

Bleeding ■ 

Bloody Flux ■ 

Burften 

Calenture — 

Cancer — 

Canker - 

Chicken Pox 

Childbed — 

Chincough — 

Chrifomes — 

Coiick — 

Conlumption — 
Convulfion — 
Cough — — 
Cramp — — 
Cut of the Stone 
Diabetes — — 
Dilkafted — 

Dropfy — 

Evil 

Fever 

Fiftula 

Flux 



77 

■ 10 
1 

• 247 

3 

57 

9J 

2796 

5902 

3 
I 

2 
i 

7S.3 
68 

-273^ 

- 3^ 

- 9 



Griping in the Guts — 768 
6 Hcadmouldfliot 
Hedlic Fever — 
Hooping Cough 
Jaundies — — 
Impofthume — 
Infants 



French Pox — 
Gangrene ^— 

Gout — 

Grief 



39 
4 

17 
9 



Inflammation — — 

Lcprofy 

Lethargy — — 

Livergrown — • ■ • 
Loofnefs ■ ^-^ 

Lunatick — ■ — 

Malignant Fever . 

Mtades — 

Mortification 

Pain in the Side 

Palfy 

Plague in the Guts — 

Pleurily 

Purplea — 

Quinfy • 



^3 

si 

61 

35 
I 

— I 

— 9 

— 4 

— 10 

— 22 

— 2 

— 126 

— 46 

23 

47 
16 

H 



Ra(h 

Rhcumatifm — 

Rickets 

Rifing of the Lights — 

Rupture 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scarlet Fever 

Scurvy 

Small Pox — ~— 
Sores and Ulcers - 

Spleen — 

Spotted Fever — 

Stone ■ 

Stone Coiick — 



7 

28 

211 

72 

11 

5 

I 

8 

1687 

3t 

4 

6i 

43 

I 



Stoppage In the Stomach 272 
Strangury — 
Strongullion 
Suddenly 



Suffocation of the Blood 

Surfeit 

Teeth — -12 

Thrufh - 

Tiflick — 



Twilling of the Guts 

Tympany — 

Vapours ^ 



5 

3 
73 

I 
36 

'1 

59 

3^4 

8 
21 

4 



Vomiting — 28 

Vomiting and Ix>ornc<s I 

Water in the Heati — 1 3 

Wind 1 

Worms 44 



Casualties. 



Abortive — 

Bruifed 

Burnt 

Dead by Misfortune — 

Drowned — 

Executed ■ . 

Extremity of Cold — 
Found diad — .^ 

Frighted — 

Killed accidentally — 
Murdered — — 

Overlaid —— • • 

Planet-ftruck ■ 

Self-Murder 

Smothered — ■ 

Stabbed — — 

Stillborn 

Sbfibcated — 



120 

s 

t 

b 
I 

I 

50 
15 

53 

I 

2S 
t 
I 

539 
I 



f Males — 8239 
Females 7623 
In all 15862 



! Males — 10604 
Females 10687 
In all — 21291 



Decreafed In the Burials this Year 309 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 14th of December 1708, to the 13th of December 1709. 

According to the Report made to the Queen's moft excellent Majeftjr, 
By the Company of Pariflj Clerks of London, &c. 



Bnr. 

St A LB AN in Wood-ftreet 3 8 

•** Alhallows Barkin — 104 

Alhallows in Bread-ftrect — 1 2 

Alhallows the Great 49 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 3 

Alhallows the Lefs • 22 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 10 

Alhallows Staining • 29 

Alhallows on London Wall 38 
St Alphage nearSionCoUegc 46 

St Andrew Hubbard 9 

St Andrew Undcrfhaft 42 

St Andrew Wardrobe 66 

St Ann within Aklerfgaie — 35 

St Ann in Black Kriars 129 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 14 

15 
16 
20 

9 

4» 

2 

II 
101 

19 

12 



St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Bcncdift, v. Bcnnct Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennei at Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Shcrchog 

St Bofolph at Billinfgatc — 
Chrift Church Parifh - 

St Chriftopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunltan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parifh 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fcnchurch-flr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 



70 
26 
16 
27 

7 
10 



Bur. 



Gregory by St Paul's — 55 
Helen near Bifliopfgate — 32 
James in Duke's Place — 21 
James at Garlickhithe — 39 
John Baptill by Dowgatc 22 

John the Evangelill 

John Zachary — ■ 

Katherine Coleman 

Katherine Crecchurch — 

Laurence Jewry 

Laurence Pountney 



10 



21 

56 

55 

49 
18 

9 

24 



Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
Magnus by LondonBridge 33 
Margaret in Lothbury — 26 

Margaret Mofes i 

Margaret in New Fiflvftr. 

Margaret Pattons 

Martin Ironmonger-lane 

Martin at Ludgace 

Martin Orgars — 

Martin Outwich 

Martin Vintrey 



Mary Abchurch 

Mary in Aldermanbury — 

Mary Aldermary 

Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

Mary Colechurch -. 

Mary Hill by Billinfgatc 
Mary Magd. in Milk-fir. 
Mary Magd. Old Fiili-ftr. 34 



o 

1 1 

6 

35 
16 

18 

Zl 
26 

32 
22 
29 

4 
o 

35 
o 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somcrfct — 
St Mary Staining 



St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth — — ji 
St Matthew in FrLday-ftrcet \\ 

St Michael BafTifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 19 
St Michael at C^ieerthithe — p 

St Michael at Quern i^ 

St Michael Royal — 17 

St Michael in Wood - (Irert 14 
St Mildred in Bread- ftre« — il 
St Mildred in the Pouhry — $1 

St Nicholas Aeons • — 3 

St Nicholas Coleabby to 

St Nicholas Olave — 11 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 3} 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 5 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 14 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 7 

St Peter in Cheapfide u 

St Peter in Cornhill :6 

St Peter near Paul's "Wharf 10 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 40 
St Stephen in Coleman -rtre«ic<) 
St Stephen in Walbrook — « 
St Swithin at London- flone 21 
St Thomas the ApoftJe — i] 

Trinity Parifh « — . \i 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 2J 



Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 1852 Buried 2539 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1 103 
St Bartholomew the Great-- 55 
St Barthoiomew the Lefs — 38 
St Botolph by Alderlgate — 222 

St Botolph by Aldgate 616 

St Botolph by Biflaopfgate — 522 



Bridewell Precinft 20 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 379 

St Duxiilan in the Welt 210 

St George in Southwark — 452 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1349 
St Olave in Southwark 771 



St Saviour in Southwark — 641 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 6;i 

St Thomas in Southwark — 195 

Trinity in the Minories 18 

The Peft-houfe — 



Chriflencd in the fixteen Parifhes without the Walls 4593 Buried 7262 



thrift Church in Surrey —148 
St DunfVan at Stepney— —2 100 

St Giles in the Fields x 296 

St James at ClerkenwcU — 364 
St John at Hackney 120 



Dp. 

St Jolin at Wapping ——347 
St Katherine near the Tower 1 69 
St Leonard in Shoreditch- — 531 

St Mary at Illington 124 

St Mary at Lambeth — — 2S7 



St Maiy MagtT. Bermondfey 396 

St Mary at Newingron 237 

St Mary at Rotheriiith 2 1 9 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 707 
St Paul at ShadwelJ 448 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Pariflies in Middlcfex and Surrey 52J 



Buried 



749i 



St Margaret in Weftminft. S60 
St Martin in the Fields — 1456 



St Ann in Weftminftcr 418 

St Clement Danes — 475 

St James in Weftminfter — 945 

Chriftened in the leven Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3487 Buried 4506 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 157 
St Paul in Covent Garden 195 



h 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



AGED — - 
Ague 

Apoplexy — 

Afthma 

Bleeding -■■ 

Bloody Flux 

Burden 

Calenture — ~- 

Cancer — 

Canker — — 

Carbuncle 

Childbed 

Chincough — - 

Chrifomcs 

Colicic 



Confumption — 
Convulfion — 

Cough 

Diabetes — — 
Diftracled ~ 
Dropfy — — 

Evil 

Falling Sicknefs 
Fever - -^ — 

Firtula 

Flux - 



-2056 

- J5 

64 

- — 27 
7 

20 

- — 5 

- — I 

■ 77 

II 

215 

- 54 

— 96 

3040 

5892 

— 2 

•^— i 

788 

7S 

3140 

— 39 

4 



French Pox — - - ■ 61 

Gangrene — — 6 

Gout !— 19 

Gravel — — — -.. 2 

Green Sicknefs ■ 1 

Grief 7 

Griping in the Guls^ 812 

Head-ach — i 

12 

I 

98 

56 
29 

4 

II 

I 

23 

4 

9 
1 



Hcadmouldfhot « 

Hooping Cough 

Jaundies 

impofthume 

Infants 

Leprofy 

Lethargy -*— 

Livtrgrown — ■ — 

Loolhsfs — 

Lunatick — ■ 

Meafles 



Megrims — 

A'lifcarriage — 

Mortification 



Palfy 

Pleurify — 
Polypus — 
Purples — 



50 
29 

31 
2 

24 



Putrefadion — 

Quinfy 

Rafh — 

Rheumatifm — 
Rickets 



I 

20 
6 

27 

295 

89 

14 

3 

— 16 

— 1 

— 6 
— 1024 

— 39 

— 4 
Spotted Fever — — 118 

Stone 48 

Stoppage in the Stomach 322 
Stoppage of the Urine i 

Strangury — 5 

Sirongullion — — 4 

Suddenly — 70 

Surfeit — 41 

Swelling — 1 

Teeth — 1117 

Thrufli . 69 

Tiffick ~- f 421 



Rifmg of the Lights — 

Rupture — 

St Anthony's Fire - — 

Scarlet Fever 

Sciatica — 

Scurvy -^— 

Small Pox 

Sores and Ulcera 
Spleen — — 



Twifting of the Guts 
Tympany — : . . 

Vapours — 

Vomiting — 

Vomiting ajid Loofnefs 
Water in the Head — 
Worms — ■ ■ 

Casualties. 



Abortive ■ — 
Bruifed — 
Burnt 



Died by Misfortune — 

Drowned — ■ 

Excellive Drinking — 
Executed — ■ 

Found dead ^— — ^- 
Frighted •'— ■ 

Killed accidentally — 

Murdered — ■ 

Overlaid — 

Sclf-Murder 

Smothered — — 

Stifled — 

Stillborn — ■■ 



'7 

I 

22 

3 
It 

61 



86 
5 

4 

3 

5/ 

I 

$ 

30 

a 

45 
li 

41 

'I 

I 
53i 



! Males — 784D 
Females 7380 
In all — 15220 



{Males — 10907 
Females 10893 
In all — 21 Sou 



Increafed in the Burials this Year 509 



A General 



I7I0. 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials^ 

From the 13th of December 1709, to the 12th of December 1710. 

According to the Report made to the Queen's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Pariih Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

Sr A LB AN in Wood-arcct 32 

■**■ Alhallows Barkin — 105 

Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 13 

Alhallows the Great 63 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 3 

Alhallows I he Lefs ^^ 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 17 
Allialiows Staining — ■ 38 

Alhallows on London Wall 63 
St Alphagc near Sion College 50 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 16 

St Andrew Underfhaft 40 

St Andrew Wardrobe y^ 

St Ann within Aldcrfgatc — 38 

St Ann in Black Friars 126 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 17 
St AugufVin, vulg. Aullin — 19 
StBanholomewbyEjechange 21 
St Benedift, v. Bennet Fink 27 
St Bennet Gracechurch - ■ — 14 
St Bennet at Paul's Wharf 63 

St Bennet Sherehog - o 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 12 

Chrifl: Church Pariih 154 

St Chriftopher*s Parifh 15 

St Clement neat Eaftcheap 22 

St Dionis Backchurch 32 

St Dunftan in the Eail 92 

St Edmund the King —24 

St Ethel burga's Pariih 28 

St Faith under St Paul's — 28 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-flr. 1 1 
St George in Botolph-lanc — 12 



Bar. 

St Gregory by St Paul's — 52 

St Helen near Bifliopfgate — 38 

St James in Duke's Place — i 7 

St James at Gariickhithe — 39 

St John Baptift by Dowgate 34 

St John the Evangelill 2 

St John Zachary 



— 17 



St Katherinc Coleman 

St Kacherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry — 

St Laurence Pountney 



St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-Iane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 

St Margaret Moles 

St Margaret in New Filh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — • 



St Martin Outwich 

St Martm V'intrey 

St Mary Abchurch — — 
St Mary in Aklcrmanbury — 
St Mary Aldermary — — 
St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinlgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Filh-ftr. 



85 
68 

5' 
II 
1 1 
40 

35 

27 

4 

o 

'9 
12 

■-> •> 

16 
10 

54 

3i 
29 
26 

32 

9 
2 

35 
o 

3» 



St Mary Mounchaw — — 14 

St Mary Soraerfet — <i 

St Mary Staining — i6 

St Mary Woolchurch . 

St Mary Woolnoth 31 

St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 15 

St Michael BalFiihaw ji 

St Mich.iel in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked- lane 
St Michael at Qucenhithe — 

St Michael at Quern 

St Michael Royal t^ 

St Michael in Wood-ftrvct i^ 
St Mildred m Bread -ftrect i 
St Mildred in the Poultry i 

St Nicholas Aeons — 

St Nicholas Coleabby i 

St Nicholas Olave . 



i 



St Olave in Hart-llrecc 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftrcec — 
St Pancras in Pancras-Iane 

St Peter in Cheapfide > 

St Peter in Cornhill . 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman- flreetK 

St Stephen in Walbrook. iS 

St Swithin at London-ftooc 23 

St Thomas the Apoftle 31 

Trinity Pariih ~ 

StVedaft, alias Fofter 



Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parilhes within the Walls 1815 Buried 29^7 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1213 
St Bardiolomew the Great-- 74 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 40 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 2 1 1 
St Botolph by Aldgate 641 



Bridewell Precindl 21 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 362 

St Dunftan in the Weft 190 

St George in Southwark — 542 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1637 
St Olave in Southwark 81 1 



St Saviour in Southwark 721 

St Sepulchre's Pariih -. 69J 

St Thomas in Southwark — 162 

Trinity in the Minorles i6> 

ThcPeft-houfe — 



,St Botolph by Biflwpfgate — 632 

Chriftened in the futeen Parilhes without the Wails 4751 



Buried 



7979, 



'.nil Churcii m Surrey —^i6^ 

'Sc Dunftar. at Stepney 2473 

St Giles in the Fieltb 1653 

St James at Clerkenwcll — 482 
Si John at Hackney 142 



1710. 

St Jolin at Wapping 2S9 

St Katherine near the Tower 200 
St Leonard in Slioreditch — 675 

St Mary at Iflington 1 1 1 

St Mary at LambecJa ?o i 



St Mary Magd. Brrmondrey447 

St Mary at Newington -1 86 

St Mary at Rotherhith 1 74 

St Mary in Whitcchapel — 777 
St Paul at Shadwell 470 



Chriftencd in the fifteea Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 5134 Buried 8543 



St Ann in Weftminfter — 458 
St Clement Danes 528 



St Margaret in Weftminft. 977 I St Mary Savoy in the Strand 156 
St Martin in the Fields — 1684 | St Paul in Covent Garden 2 2>9 



St James in. Weftminfter 1 1 39 
Chfiftcned ia the feven Parilhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3228 Buried 5171 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A BORTIVE 
jTV A?cd 



\poplexy - 
^Afthnia 
Bed ridden 
Blcediiig — 
Bluody Flux 
BurOen 
Cancer 
ikrr 
Idbed 



- ri2 
-1851 
• 10 

■ 76 

■ 25 

2 




French Pox 

« — 

Jrief 

Jriping in the Guts • 

leaid-ach 

dmouldfhot 

looping Cough — 



55 

J4 
18 

7 
707 

9 

«5 

5 



Horflioehcad — 

JauniJiej 

Iinpofthume — 

Infants 

Lethargy — - 
Livergrown — 

Loofncfs 

Lunatick 

Malignant Fever 
Meafles 



Mortification • 

Pain in the Head 

palfV , 

Piles 

Plague in the Gtits 

Plcuri fy — 

Purples — 

Qiiinfy — ^ — 

Rafli _ — 

Rheumatifm ■■ 

Rickets — ■ 

Rifing of the Light6 — 

Rupture 

St Anthony's Fire — 
Scald Head ■ 
Scarlet Fever -^ 

Small Pox " ■ 

Sores and Ulcers ^— 
Spleen — — — 
Spotted Fever -■ ■ — . .. 
Stillborn — ^ — ■■ 
Stone ■ — - ■ 



- 3 

- 78 

- 59 

- 39 

- 3 

- 8 

- »3 

- 26 

- 5 

- 181 

- 99 

2 

- 22 

I 

- 24 

: 1 

- 4 

- 24 

- 343 

- 98 

- 21 

1 
1 

- 15 
-3138 

- 34 

I 

- 343 

- 464 

- 51 



Stoppage in tlic Stomach 

Strangury — 

Stronguliion 

Suddenly — 

Surfeit — j— ^ — 

Swelling 

Teeth »- — — 

'Ilimfti 

TilFick _ 



Twifting of the Guts — — 

Tympany 

Vomiting 

Water in the Mead — 

Worms 



Casualties. 



Bruifed ^— 

Burnt — - 

Dead by Misfortune — 

Drowned : - 

Exceifive Drinking — 

Executed • 

Found dead 

Killed accidentally 

Murdered . 

Overlaid — 

Poifoncd — — 
Scalded - — 

Self-Murder 

Stabbed — 



23* 

17 

i 

I 

1 197 
69 

241 
12 
II 

6 
9 

75 



2 
2 

49 

I 

3 
28 

44 
9 

51 
I 
I 

33 



{Males — 7640 
Females 7288 
In all — 14928 



f Males — 1 1972 

BURIED ^ Females 1 2648 

(.In all — 24620 



Increafed in the Burials this Year ziio 



A General 



tyit, 

A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Buriak, 

From the 12th of December 17 10, to the nth of December 171 i. 

According to the Report made to the Queen's moft excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of Parilh Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LBAN in Wood-flreet 2 1 

■^*- Alhallows Barkin — 100 

Alhallows in Brcad-ftrcet — 13 

Alhallows the Great 47 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — i 

Alhallows the l.efs 1 2 

Alhallows inLombard-ftreet 15 

3» 

45 

30 

6 

33 
52 
St Ann within Alderfgate — 34 

St Ann in Black Friars 1 66 

St Anthony, viilg. Antholin 13 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 19 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 19 
t?t Bencdift, v. Bcnnec Fink 1 8 

Si Bennet Gracechurch 5 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf- 
St Bennet Sherehoff 



Alhallows Staining 
Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage nearSionCollege 

St Andrew Hubbard 

Si Andrew Underlbaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 66 
St Helen near Bifhopfgate- — 34 
St Tames in Duke's Place — 2 1 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary — ■ — — 
St Katherine Coleman 



St Botolph at Billiiifgatc 
Chrilt ChurLh Parifli — 
St Chriltophcr's f arifli 



- 3« 

- I 

■ 9 
-igK 
. 10 



St Cktnent near Eaftcheap 10 

St Dranis Backchurch ■ 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parifli ■ 



29 

57 
20 



St Faidi under St Paul's -^ 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in-Botolph-lane 



27 
6 

'3 



St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry ■ 

St Laurence Pountney- 



40 

17 
4 

»7 
40 

64 
44 
22 
8 

30 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somerfet — 
St Mary Staining 



St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



Bar. 

- i 

'V 

■ 11 
' 

■ 16 



St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 3 1 
St Margaret in Lorhbury — 29 

St Margaret Moles 6 

St Margaret in New Fifti-ftr. o 

15 
9 
2 3 
12 
20 
34 

^3 
22 
lb 

19 

3 
I 

23 
o 

21 



St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

Sc Mary Abchurch 



St Mary in Aldermanbury — 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in MUk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd.OldFilh-ftr. 






St Matthew in Friday-ftrect ij 

St Michael Bafllfhaw 2j 

St Michael in Cornhill ■ ij 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 19 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 2j 
St Michael at Quern — 

St Michael Royal i^ 

St Michael in Wood-ftroet f 
St Mildred in Bread-ftrect — 
St Mildred in the Pouhry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

% Nicholas Olave — . 

St Olave in Hart-ftrcet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftrcct — ^ 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane. 
St Peter in Cheapfide ■ 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 31 
St Stq7hen in Coleman-ftrat 9J j 
St Stephen in Walbrook — zifl 
St Swithin at London-flrone "^ 

St Thomas the Apofllc 

Trinity Parilh •»-- ■ 

St Vcdaft, alias Poller - 



20 



29 



Chriftened in the ninety-fevcnParifhes within the Walls 1719 Buried 2371 



St Andrew in Holborn- 



-977 
St Bartholomew the Great — 64 

St Bartholomew the Lels — 36 

St Botolph by Alderfgatc — 162 

St Botolph by Aldg.ice '536 

St Botol])h by Bulioplg.ire — 465 



Bridewell Precinft •— 21 

St Brldgett vulg. St Bride's 339 

St Dunltan in the Weil iSo 

St George in Southwark — ^S^ 
St Gilis by Crittpkgate — 1169- 
St Olave in Southwark 712 



St Saviour in Southwark — 57! 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 6/s 

St Thomas in Southwark — 133 

Trinity in the Minories 16 

The Peft-houfe — 



4 



Chriftened in the iixtccn Parilhes without the Walls 46S3 



Buried 6355 



Chnft Church in surrey —123 
Sc Dunflan at Stepney—— 1 89 3 

St Giles in tiie Fields 1205 

St James at Clerkenwell — 342 
St John at Hackney -i 20 



I7II. 

St John at Wapping— — — 294 
StKatherine near the Tower 13S 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 465 

St Mary at Iflington 146 

St Mary at Lambeth 268 



St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 376 

St Mary at Ncwington 174 

St Mary at Rothcrhith 154 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 645 
St Paul at Shadwell 337 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parilhes in Middlefex and Surrey 5042 Buried 6680 



St Margaret in Weftminn:. S 74 
St Martin in the Fields — 1378 



St Ann in Weftminfter — 397 

St Clement Danes 468 

St James in Weftminfter — 931 

Chriftened in the feven Parifties in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3.262 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 1 6S 
St Paul in Covent Garden 2 1 1 



Buried 4427 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABORTIVE 
Aged 

Ague 

Apoplexy - 
Afthma — 
Bedridden - 
Bleeding — 
Bloody Flux 

Burltcn 

Cancer — 

Canker 

Carbuncle — 



- 76 
-1722 
I 
7S 

2 
I 

8 

9 
8 



3« 






Childbed — 

Chincough — 

Choaked with Fat — 

Chrifomes — 

Colick — 

Confumption — 
Convulfion — - 
Cough — — 
Cut of the Stone - 
Diabetes ■ 
Dropfy - — — 

Evil . 

Fever - ■- — 

Fiftula . 

Flux 



75 
8 

1 

195 

I 

1 

. 64 

- 90 
-252c 
-5516 

I 
I 
J 

- 625 

- 54 
-3461 

- 34J 



French Pox — 

Gangrene 

Gout 

Gravel — — 
irief 



Griping in the Guts- 

Head-ach ~- 

Headmouldfhot — 

Hcflic Fever 

Hooping Cough — 

Horfboehead 

Jaundies 



Impofthumc — 
Infants — — 
Infl:immation — 
Lcprofy --■ ■ ' 
Lethargy 
Livergrown - 
Loofnefs — 
Lunatick — 



Malignant Fever 

Mca/les 

Megrims — — 

Melancholy • — 

Mortification 

Palfy 

Plcurify — — — 



13 

21 
2 

9 

614 

2 

30 
2 

7 

4 

59 

37 

J3 

I 



/ 
6 

2C 

35 
5 

97 
r 
I 
82 
25 
16 



Purples — • 

Quinfy 

Rafti 

Rhcumatifm — • — 

Rickets — 

Rifing of the Lights — 

Rupture 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scarlet Fever 

Sciatica — 

Scurvy 

Small Pox 

Sores and Ulcers 

Spleen — 

Spotted Fever — ■ 

Stillborn 

Stone 
Stone Colick 



Stoppage in the Stomach 
Strangury — -■ - 
Strongullion — — 

Suddenly — 

Surfeit . — 

Teeth 1 

Thrulh 
Tiflick — 



7 

9 

196 

92 

12 

3 
4 
I 
2 

915 

42 
I 

142 

497 

4' 

1 

255 

Cl 

5 

77 
61 

013 

64 

256 



Twlrting of the Guts 

Tympany — 

Vomiting — 

Water in the Head — 

While Swelling 

Worms 

Casualties. 



9 

J 

6 

2 

6j 



Blown up 
Bruifcd - 
Burnt — 



Died by a Fall 

Died by a broken Leg 

Died of a Wound 

Drowned — 

Exceffive Drinking — 

Executed — 

F"ound dead 

Killed accidentally 

Killed in a Duel 

Murdered — 

Overlaid — 

Planet-ftruck 

Scalded — 

Self-Murder 



7. 
5 

3 

I 

I 
I 

63 

I 

7 
25 

43 

I 
8 

37 
I 

I 

26 



f Males — 7482 
Females 7224 
In all — 14706 



[Males — 9841 
Females 9992 
In all — 19833 



Decreafcd in the Burials this Year 4787 



Ta 



A GencraJ 



_ A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the nth of December 171 1, to the i6th of December 17 12. 

According to the Report made to the Queen's moft excellent Majefty, 
" By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, 6cc. 



Bur. 

St A LB AN in Wood-ftreet 27 

•**• Alhallows Barkin — 9 1 

Alhallows in Bread-ltrect — 

Alhallows the Great— — — 



Alhallows in Iloney-lane — 
Alhallows the Lefs — 



'0 

37 
7 
15 



Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 17 
Alhallows Staining 



Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft — 



33 
58 

30 
1 

29 

St Andrew Wardrobe 42 

St Ann witlun Aiderigate — 28 

St Ann in Black Friars 1 28 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 1 6 

St Augiiftin, vulg Auftin — 1 1 

St Bartholomew by Exchange 1 9 

St Benedift, v. Bcnnet Fink 13 

St Bcnnet Gracechurch 8 

St Bennet at PaiiPs Wharf — 41 

St Bcnnet Shcrehog ■ 2 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — i 2 

Chriil Church Parifli 1 ?o 



St Chriftophcr's Panfli 

St Clement near Eaflcheap 

St Dionis Backcluirch ■ 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King — 

St Ethelburga's Parifh 

St Faith under St Paul's — 



9 
18 

27 
74 
21 

33 

25 

3 

14 



Bur. 

St Gregory by St Paul's — 45 
St Helen near Bifhopfgatc — 24 
St James in Duke's Place — 23 
St James at Garlickhithc ■^— 32 
Sc John Baptift by Dowgate 29 

St John the Evangelift 5 

St John Zachary — 25 

Sc Katherine Coleman 41 

St Katherine Creechurch — 49 

St Laurence Jewry 41 

St Laurence Pountney « 1 5 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 7 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 29 
St Magnus by London Bridge 33 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 31 

St Margaret Mofcs 2 

St Margaret in New Fifh-ftr. o 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgutc 

Sc Martin Orgars — ' — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch 



13 
8 

26 

II 

10 

32 
26 

25 

28 

24 

2 



St Mary in Aldermanbury-- 

St Mary Aldermary 

Sr Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
Sc Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch 2 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 48 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ltr. o 
Sc Mary Magd. Old Fifli-ftr. 22 



St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 

Chriftencd in the ninety-feven Parifties within the W^alls 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somerfet — 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



n 

20 



St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BafTifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 



27 

9 

27 

'91 



St Michael at Queenhithe — • 46 
St Michael at Qiiern — ^— 11 

St Michael Royal 15 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet— S 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet— 1 1 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 18 

sl 

20] 

9 
3« 

iij 

•*! 

4j 

15] 
29 



St Nicholas Aeons 
St Nicholas Coleabby 
St Nicholas Olave — 



St Olave in Hart-ftreer 

Sc Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-Iane 

Sc Peter in Cheapfide ■ 

St Peter in Cornhill 

Sr Peter near Paul's "WTiarf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 



St Stephen in Coleman -ftreeti lol 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 1 6\ 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parifli 

St Vedall, alias F'ofter 



St .Andrew in Holborn 975 

St Bartholomew the Great-- 64 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 26 
St Botolph by Aiderigate — 193 

St Botolph by Aldgate • 550 

St Botolph by Bifliopfgate — 493 

Chriftened in the fixteen Pariflics without the Walls 



Bridewell Precin<ft — — — 30 
St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 325 

St Duntt^ in the Weft 189 

St George in Southwark — 442 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1276 
St Olave in Southwark 784 

3045 



1859 Buried 2438 

St Saviour in Southwark — 
St Sepulchre's Parilb 



5 33 J 



St Thomas in Southwark — 134] 

Trinity in the Minories 

The Peft-houfe -^ . 

Buried 6695 



Thrift Church in Surrey — 158 
5t Dunftan at Stepney— —2 1 53 

5t Giles in the Fields '303 

^t James at Clerkenwell — 371 
5t John at Hackney 1 18 



I7I2. 

St John at Wapping 3 2 2 

St Katherine near the Tower 1 64 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 531 
St Mary at Iflington — • — 125 
St Mary at Lamoeth 304 



St Mary Magd. Bermondfcy 41 6 

St Mary at Newington i£o 

St Mary at Rotherhith 197 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 705 
St Paul at Shadwell 417 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Pariflies in Middlcfcx and Surrey 5327 Buried 7474 



St Ann in Weftminfter -—403 

5t Clement Danes — 526 

>t James in Weftminfter 1 01 1 



St Margaret in Weftminft. 891 
St Martin in the Fields — 141 j 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 1 25 
St Paul in Covciit Garden 222 



Cliriftened in the IcVen Parifties in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3429 Buried 4591 
DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABORTIVE 
Aged 

Ague ' — 

Apoplexy - — 

Afthma — - 
Bedridden — — — 
Bleeding - — 

Bloody Flux — 

Burden — 



Cancer — _— 

Canker — 

Childbed 

Chrifonies 

Colick 

Confumption - 
Convulfion — — 

Cough 

Diabetes — ■ 

Died by Misfortune 
Dropfy — - " ■ 

Evil — 

Fever 

Fillula 

Flux 

French Pox — — 



. 88 

.1918 

- 8 

76 

— 27 

— 2 

— 9 

— 5 

— 3 

— 69 

— 9 

— 207 

— 69 

— 66 
7-2551 
— 6156 

— 2 

— 8 



- 572 

- 43 
-313' 

- »9 

- 4 

- 56 



Gangrene — — 

Gout .. ^.-j . 

Gravel — 

Grief 

Griping in the Guts — 
Head-ach — _— . 
Headmouldftiot — — 

Hooping Cough 

Horlhoehead — — 

Jaundies ■ 

Impofthume — 

Infants — — 

Inflammation — 

Lethargy — 

Livtrgrywn — — 
Loofnefs — ■ 

Lunatick — • 

Malignant Fever 

Meafles ■■ — 

Mortification 

Pain in the Head 

Palfy 

Pleurify — ■ ■ ■ 



'3 

13 

1 

8 

575 

2 

21 

3 
2 

82 

54 

16 

I 

I 

10 

9 
24 
29 

6 

77 

77 

4 

21 

25 



Purples — ■^— ^ — 

Qjiiiify 

Raft 

Rheamatifm — — 
Rickets — ^ ■ - ■ 
Rifing of the Lights — 

Rupture — 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scald Head 

Scarlet Fever —— - 
Scurvy ■ » 

Smatl Pox 

Sores and Ulcers - 
Spleen — — 
Spotted Fever — 

Stillborn — 

Stone - 



23 

18 

2 

20 

214 

64 

19 
2 
I 

4 
II 

1943 
48 

I 

96 

422 

42 



Stoppage in the Stomach 311 

Strangury — — — 6 

Strongullion — 

Suddenly 

Surfeit 

Teeth 

Thrufli 




Tiffick — 

Twifting of the Guts 

Tympany — 

Vapours •— - 

Vomiting — . 

Water in the Head — 

White Swelling 

Worms — ^—~ 

Casualties. 



27. 
it 

14 
2 

»9 

'5 

I 

70 



Bruifcd — 
Burnt 



Died by a Hurt — ^ 

Dropt down dead 

Drowned — ■ 

ExcefEvc Drinking — 

Found dead — m. 

Frozen to Death — — 
Killed accidentally — 

Murdered — — 

Overlaid — 

Scalded — — 

Self-Murdcr • 



1 
4 
1 
I 

64 

4 

»5 
I 

37 

41 
3 

24 



! Males — 8029 
Females 7631 
In all — 15660 



f Males — 10376 
Females 10822 
In all — 21198 



Increafed in the Buriale this Year 1365 



A General 



1713- 
A General BILL of all the Chriflenings and Burials, 

From the i6th of December 1712, to the 15th of December 1713. 

AcccH-diiig to the Report made to the Queen's moft excellent Majefty, 

By tlie Company of Parifh Clerks of London, 6x. 



Bur. 



t A LB AN in Wood-ftreet 1 7 
■**• Alh'allows Barkin — 97 



, AlhaJlows in Brcad-ftreet 
lAIhalfows the Great 



Alhallows in Honey-lane- 
Alhallows the Lels 



Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 
.Alhallows Staining — — — 
Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 

St Andrew Underfhaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 



St Ann within Alderfgate — 

St Ann in Black Friars 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 
St Auguftin, vulg. Aiiftin — 
St Barthokmiew by Exchange 
St Bcnedidl, v. flcnnct Fink 

St Bennst Gracechurch 

St Rennet at Paul's Wharf 3 1 

J$t Bennet Sherehog - 2 

It Botolph at Billinfgate — 7 



18 

55 

3 

7 
1 1 

24 

45 

36 

6 

35 

50 

41 

1 10 

'5 
14 
19 

«5 
5 



:hrift Church Parifti 
St Chriftopher's Parifh 
St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parifh 



^35 
-«4 
15 
'7 
85 
21 
29 

6 
'3 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Plelen nearBifhopfgate — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangclift 

St John Zachary — ■ 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney 



St Leonard in Eailcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-kne — 
St Magnus byLondon Bridge 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret in New Fifh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgatc ■ 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrcy — ■ 

St Mary Abchurch — — 
St Mary in Aldermanbury — 
St Mary Aldermary — — 
St Mary le Bow in Chcapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-llr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifh-ftr. 



fiur. 
52 
34 
21 

50 

1 1 

I 

»3 
57 
54 
57 
15 
7 
35 
36 
22 

4 
o 
10 
II 
38 
13 

15 

40 

Z4 
3* 
25 
32 
10 



37 
o 

27 



St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurcli-ftt, 
St George in Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 

St Andrew in Holborn 988 

St Bartholomew the Great — 59 
Sc Bartholomew the Lefs — 42 



I 






St Botolph by Alderfgate — 196 

St Botolph by Aldgatc 61 1 

St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 424 



Bridewell Precinft 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 298 



- 19 



St Dunllan in the Weft 1 85 

St George in Southwark — 445 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1218 
St Olave in Southwark 779 



St Mary Mounthaw — — 
St Mary Somerfet — - <i 

St Mary Staining — i? 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth 20 

St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 6 

St Michael BafTilhaw ^ 

St Michael in Cornhill 26 

St Michael in Crooked-ianc 
St Michael at Queenhithc— 
St Michael at Quern — 

St Michael Royal — 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Brrad-ftrert 
St Mildred in the Poultr)' 

St Nicholas Aeons — 

St Nicholas Coleabby. 

St Nicholas Olave . 

St Olave in Hart-ftrect - — 
St Olave in the Old Jewry 

St Olave in Sitver-ftreet 

St Pancras in Pancras-lanc 
St Peter in Cheapfide — — 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's "WTiarf to 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 
St Stephen inColeman-ftreet 

St Stephen in Walbrook 

St Swithin at London-ftonc 

St Thomas the ApofUe - 

Trinity Parilh ~I 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



1783 Buried 2481 

St Saviour in Southwark 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 

St Thomas in Southwark — xl 

Trinity in the Minories 

ThePeft-houfe — 



Chriftened in the fixteen Parifties without the Walls 




thrift Church in Surrey ^139 
St Dunllan at Stepney— —i 890 

St Giles in the Fields 1424 

St James at Cierkenwell — 405 
St John at Hackney ■ ■ - 1 30 



■'I7I3- 

St John at Wapping 398 

St Katherinc near the Tower 1 97 
St Lconaid in Shored'tch — 499 
St Mary at Iflington — — 136 
St Mary at Lambeth 327 



St Mary Magd. Bcrmondfey 4 1 ^ 

St Mary at Newington 202 

St Mary at Rotherhith 202 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 706 
St Paul at ShadweJl — ; 591 



Chriftened in the fifteen Ov»t Parilhei in MiddJefcx and Surrey 5549 Buried 7359 



St Margaret inWeflminftcrSjS 
St Martin in the Fields— 1495 



St Ann in Weftminfter 371 

St Clement Danes -— ■ ■ 525 
St James in Weftminfter — 1067 

Chriftened in the fevcn Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3344 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 1 1 j 
St Paul in Covent Garden 171 



Buried 458CJ 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABORTIVE 
Aged 

Ague — 

Apoplexy — 
Allhma — — 

Bedridden 

Bleeding — 
Bloody Flux — 
Burden — — 
Cancer — — 

Canker 

Childbed 



Chincough — 

Cbrifomcs 

Colicic — - 
Confumption — 
Convuli'ioii — 
Cramp — — 

Diabetes 

Dropfy — — — 

Evil 

Fever — 

Fiftula 

Flux — 

Fxcnch Pox — 



- 80 

-1939 

- II 

- 8s 

- 47 

2 

- 3 

- 7 

- 10 

- 59 

2 

- 71 

- 71 
-2745 
-5779 

2 

- 745 

- 55 

- >9 

- 41 

- 8; 



Gangrene — 

Gout 

Gravel ■ — 

Grief 

Griping in the Guts — 

Headmouldftiot 

Hooping Cough 

Horlhochcad 

Hyftericks — 

Jaundies — 1 
Impofthume — - - - 

Infants 

Itch 

Leprofy — - 

Lethargy — . ■ 

Livcr'!;r>'.<vii — 

Locliiefs . . 

Lunatick — — — 

Malignant Fever 

Mcaflcs ^- . 

Megrims — 

Mortification 



Overflowing of (heGall 
i'ally ^ — 

Pleurify 



S 
18 

1 

8 

58. 

16 

6 

3 
I 

94 
56 

»7 
I 
2 
7 

24 
21 

4 
61 

I 

81 

I 

30 
35 



Purples 
Quinfy 
RaOi — 



Rheumatifm 
Rickets 



Rifing of the Lights — 

Rupture ^ 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scarlet Fever ■■ 

Shortnefs of Breath — 

Small Pox 1 

Sores and Ulcers 

Spleen 

Spotted Fever — ^^— 

Stillborn — — 

Stone -rr— 

Stoppage in the Stomach 

Strangury 

StronguUion ■ - ■ - ■■ 

Suddenly 

Surfeit 

Teeth — i 

I'liiufli • 

Tiflick 



3' 

8 

3 

20 

171 

52 

20. 



5 

4 

6 

2 

614 

3' 
I 

T02 

487 

49 

335 

I 

7 
81 

39 

099 

*4 
33il 



Twifting of the Guts It 

Tympany — ' iz 

Vomiting -■ - — 28 

Water in the Head — ib 

White Flux • I 

Worms -^ — ■ 41 

Casualties. 



Broken Leg ■ 

Bruifcd — — 

Burnt •—— 

Dropt dow^l dead — 

Drowned — — 

Excefllve Drinking — 
Executed 



Found dead — — 
Killed accidentally — 
ICilled-Wiih a Razor- 
Killed by a Sword — - 

Murdered — 

Overlaid — ^ 

Solf-Murder 

Shot with a Pii^ol 

Wounded — — — 



r 
1 
2 
I 

6i 
2 

12 

3« 

*.9 

t 

f 

12 

44 

3+ 
I 

I 



' 



r Males — 8262 

christened] Females 7665 

(.In all 15927 



{Males — 1 04 1 2 
Females 10645 
In ail — 21057 



Decrcalcd in the Burials this Year 141 



A General 



X7I4' 
A General B I L L of all the Chriftenings and Burialsj' 

From the 15th of December 1713, to the 14th of December 1714. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majcfty, 
By the Company of Parifh Clerks of London, &c^ 



Bur. 



St A LBAN in Wood-ftrect 3 1 
**^ Alhallows Barkin — 04 



Alhallows in Brcad-llrcet — 

Alhallows the Great 

jMhallows in Honey-lane — 
Alhallows the Lefs 



Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 

Alhallows Staining ■ 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphagc near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Lfnderfliaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe -j 

St Ann withui Alderl'gate — 
St Ann in Black Friars 
St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 
St Aiigiiltin, vulg. Auftin — 
Sc Bartholomew by Exchange 
, St Benedid, v. Bcnnet Fink 

I St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church Parifh 1 

St Chriftopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaflcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch • 

St Dunftan in tlie Eaft 

St Edmund the Kine; 



94 
22 

63 

o 

18 

15 
22 

4' 
36 
o 
6i 
66 

50 

1/ 
15 
14 
21 
12 

52 
I 

10 

23 

17 

33 
iio 
16 
27 
24 

9 
10 



Bor. 
St Gregory by St Paul's — y^ 
St Helen near Bifhopl'gate — 43 
St James in Duke's Place — 41 
St James at Garlickhithe — 44 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 28 
St John the Evangelift— — 2 

St John Zachary — ■ 

St Kachcrine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 
St Laurence Jewry 



21 

76 

25 
67 

19 
13 
33 



St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eallcheap — 
St Leonard in Foller-lane— 
St Magnus byLondonBridge 36 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 36 

St Margaret Mofes 4 

o 
19 
'3 



St Margaret in New Ftfh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 
St Martin at Ludgate 



'3 
19 

3i 



St Martin Orgars 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey ■ 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary in Aldcrmanbury — 28 

St Mary Aldermary 27 

St Mary le Bow in ChcapJide 37 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 7 
St Mary Colechurch 



St Ethelburga's Parilh 

St Faith under St Paul's — ■ 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in BotoJph-lane — 

Chrillened in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 1810 



St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd, in Milk-Ilr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Filh-ftr. 



57 
o 

39 



St Mary Mounthaw 



Bht 

If 

St Mary Somerfet y 

St Mary Staining xj 

St Mary Woolchurch i 

St Mary Woolnoth — — ii 
St Matthew in Friday-ftrcK 12 

St Michael Baflifhaw 12 

St Michael in Cornhill ij 

St Michael in Crooked-lane >} 
St Michael at Queenhithc — j! 

St Michael at Quern 1^ 

St Michael Royal :i 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet i 

St Mildred in Bread-flreet— 

St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons — 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave — — 

St Olave in Hart-ftrcet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-Ianc 
St Peter in Cheapfide — — H 

St Peter in Cornhill M 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 21 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 34 
St Stephen in Coleman-llreetioi 
St Stephen in Walbrook — fl 
St Swithin at London- ftonc W 
St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parifh — 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter - 



reet i 

I 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1274 
St Bartholomew the Great— 74 
St Bartholomew the Lefs • — 31 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 234 
S: Botolph by Aldgate 796 



Bridewell Precinft — • ■ ■. 1 3 
St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 4,20 

St Dunftan in the Welt 216 

St George in Southwark — 564 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1491 
St Olave in Southwark 863 



St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 607 

Chriftened in the fixceen Parillies witliout the Walls 5691 



Buried 2961, 

St Saviour in Southwark — j 

St Sepulchre's Parilh 71 

St Thomas in Southwark — if 
Trinity in the Minories --^ n 
The Pcft-houle — 



Buried 8 zoo 



Chrift Church in Surrey 

Sc Dunftan at Stepney 

St Giles in the Fields 

St James at Clerkenwell — 502 

St John at Hackney 179 




1714. 

St John atWapping ■ ^4-^ 
St Katherine near the Tower 208 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 662 
St Mary at Idington — — 194 
St Mary at Lambeth 336 



St Mary Magd. Bermon^ 
St Mary at Newington - 
St Mary at Rotherhith 



fey 504 
— 242 

— ^39 
St Mary in Whitcchapel — 952 

St Paul at Shadwell 486 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Pariflies ia MiddJelex and Surrey 6123 Buried 9429 



St Margaret in Weftminft. 1193 
St Martin in the Fields — i y>iy 



St Ann in Weftminfter 490 

St Clement Danes 576 

St James inWeftminfter — ^546 

^ft Chriftened in the ieven Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3871 

Ia 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 145 
St Paul in Covent Garden 24* 



Buried 5979 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



BORTIVE 103 Gangrene — 



Aged -- 

Ague • 

Apoplexy — 
Afthma — 
Bedridden — 

Bleeding 

Bloody Flux ■ 

Burften 

Cancer — 

Canker 

Carbuncle — ■ 
Childbed - — 



- 4 

- 82 

- 7' 

- 3 

- 5 

- '3 

- 6 

- 7J 

- 10 



309 
68 

61 

3029 



Chrifomes — 
Colick — — 
Conrumption — 

CunvuUton — 7161 

Cough — I 

Cramp — — — 3 

Diabetes 

Dropfy — 

Evil 

Fever — 

Fiftula 

Flux - 



French Pox — 



- 848 

- 4^ 

-463' 

- 22 

- 7 

- 105 



Gout 

Gravel 

Grief 



3 

20 

2 
5 



Griping in the Guts — 670 
Head-ach — — 
HeadmouldOiot 
Hooping Cough 
H( rflioehead — 

Jaundies 

Impoflhume — 

Infants — 

Inflamnriation — 
Lcprofy 



Lethargy — — 

Livergrown 

Loofnefs 

Lunatick — — 

Meafles 

Mortification — 
Pain in the Head 

Palfy _ 

Pleurify 

Purples — — 

Quinfy 

Rafh 



I 

14 
6 
2 

100 
49 
5 
I 
I 
8 

9 
19 

24 
139 

119 
1 

25 

56 

29 

21 

6 



Rheumatlfm — 

Rickets 

Rifing of the Lights — 

Rupture 

St Anthony's Fire- 
Small Pox 



Sores and Ulcers - 

Spleen • — 

Spotted Fever — 

Stillborn 

Stone — 



12 

205 

52 

13 

2810 

25 
2 
15c 
' •^^^ 
°7 
Stoppage in the Stomach 348 

Strangury 

'StroDgullion 

Suddenly 

Surfeit 

Swelling in the Throat 

Teeth 1328 

Thrufh 50 

Tiffick 28 

Twilling of tlie Guts 14 

Tympany — 18 

Vomiting — 20 

Water in the Head — 32 

Wind 1 

Worms — — — 45 



CASUAtTIESr 



Broken Leg ■ ■ 

Burnt 

Died by Misfortune — 

Drowned — 

Exceflive Drinking — 

Executed 

Found dead ■ — — 
Frighted — 



Killed by feveral Ac- I 

cidents 5 

Made away themfelvcs 

Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Planet-ftruck —■ ■ ■ 

Scalded ■ — 

Smothered — 

Stabbed — 

Slarved — 

Suffocated — 

Wounded — ■ 



3 
II 

I 

51 

I 
16 

I 

65 

34 
II 

46 
2 
2 

I 
I 

2 
I 

I. 



{Males — 8950 
Females 8545 
In all 17495 



i Males — ^3139 
Females 13430 
In all — 26569 



Increafed in the Burials this Year 5512. 



U 



A General 



1715- 



A General BILL of all the Chriftemngs and Burials, 

From the 14th of December 1714, to the 13th of December 1715. ^ 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, ' 
By the Company of Parifti Clerks of London, &c. 



B.r. 



r A LB AN in Wood-ftreet 16 
»*■ Alhallows Barkin — 92 



Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 

A!haIlow5 the Great ■ 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — • 

Alhallows the Lefs -^ — ■ 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 

Alhallows Staining — • 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 
St Andrew Hubbard -^ — 

St Andrew Undcrfhaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 
St Ann in Black Friars - 
St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 
St Auguftin, vtilg. Auftin — 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Bencdid, v. Bennet Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf 

St Bennet Shcrchog - 

St Botolph at Billinfgate -— 13 

Chrilt Church Parifh 1 1 7 

: Chriftopher's Paridi iS 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 1 1 
St Dionis Backchurch - 
St Dunftan in the Eaft - 



54 

o 

20 

24 
29 

40 

32 

2 

52 
44 

37 
1 10 

10 
15 

15 
20 
21 

30 
I 



St Edmund the King • — — 

'St Ethelburga's Parifh 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Boiolph-lane — 



31 

61 

«7 
28 

44 
6 
8 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Bifhopfgate — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 
St Laurence Jewry 



St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus byLondon Bridge 
St Margaret in Lotlibury — 

St Margaret Mofcs 

St Margaret in New Fifh-ftr. 

St Margaret Patto.is < 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgai-s — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey — < 
St Mary Abchurch — — 
St Mary in Aldermanbury — 
St Mary Aldermary — — 
St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill by BillinCgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Filli-ftr. 



Bar. 

75 

30 

'9 

39 

24 
2 

21 

44 

34 

43 

>3 

a 
35 

4 
o 

15 
10 

20 

'5 

^3 
46 

32 

32 

29 

32 

5 
o 

34 
o 

34 



ftv. 
St Mary Mounthaw — — ij 
St Mary Somerfct — - ij 

St Mary Staining — J5 

St Mary Woolchurch .• 

St Mary Woolnoth 



10 



St Matthew in Friday-ftrect 10 

St Michael Baffifhaw 2: 

St Michael in Cornhill ■■■■ it 
St Michael jn Crooked-lane 46 



St Michael at Quccnhhhc — 
St Michael at Quern — — 

St Michael Roj-al . — 

St Michael in Wcx>d - ftrwt 
St Mildred in Bread -ftrcct 
St Mildred in the 
St Nicholas Aeons 



Poultry 2J 
I 



St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave . 

St Olave in Hart- ftrret 

St Olavc in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftrect — l4 
St Pancras in Pancras-Iane 

St Peter in Cheapfide ij 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 
St Steplicn in Coleman-ftrcct 

St Stephen in Walbrook 

St Swithin at London-ftonc 

St Thomas the ApofUe 

Trinity Pari/h- . 

,St Vedall, alias Fofler 



i 



Chriftcned in the ninety-feven Parilhes within the Walls 1S28 Buried 249^ 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1077 
St Bartholomew the Great— 61 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 30 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 227 

St Botolph by Aldgate 674 

St Botolph by Bifhopfgatc — 573 



Bridewell Prccindt 18 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 326 

St Dunltan in the Weft 193 

St George in Southwark — 503 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1 339 
St Olave in Southwark 6^b 



St Saviour in Southwark 61 

St Sepulchre's Parilh 6j 

St Thomas in Southwark i; 

Trinity in the Minories 

The Pcft-houfe — 



'Chrifleflcd in the fixteen Parilhes without the Walls 5704 Buried 7259 



Chrlft Church in Surrey — 165 
St Dunftan at Stepney 21 10 



St Giles in the Fields ■ 



•Hi 



St James at Clerkenwell — 419 
St John at Hackney 136 



St John at Wapping- 



-2 ^ I St Mary M;\gd. Bermondfey 4 1 5 

St Mary at Newington 279 

St Mary at Rotheriuth 214 

St Mary in "Whitechapcl — 794 

St Paul at Shadwell 358 

Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parilhes in Middlcfex and Surrey 5S62 Buried 



St Katherinc near the Tower 168 

St Leonard in Shoreditch — 575 

St Mary at Iflington i6o 

St Mary at Lambeth 284 



St Ann in Weftminfter 
St Clement Danes — 



-420 
.464 



I 



St Margaret in Weftminft. 9^1 
St Martin in tlie Fields — 1415 
St James in Weftminfter 1 165 

Chriftened in the feven Parilhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3840 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 1 1 3 
St Paul in Co vent Garden 1S3 



Buried 4700 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



Abortive:. 
Aged — 

Ague " 

Apoplexy —" 
Afthma — — 
Bedridden — • 
Bleeding — — 

Bloody Tlux 

Burften • 

Cancer — —— 

Canker 

Childbed — — 
Chri femes — - 
Colick. 



Confumption 

Convulfion • 

Cough 

Diabetes — 

Dropfy — — 789 



- 68 

-I93> 

- 8 

'\l 

~ 5 

- 5 

- 19 

- 5 

- 65 

- 6 

- 275 

- 4b 

- 63 
-2842 
-6818 

5 

2 



Gravel 
Grief 



Griping in the Guts — 589 



Evil 

Fever 

Fiftula - 

Flux 

French Pox - - 
Gangrene — 
Gout - 



52 
-35«8 

- 15 

- 4 

- 82 

- 6 

• 25I 



Headmouldftiot 
Hooping Cough 
Hor^oehead — 

Jaundies 

Impofthume — 

Infants 

Inflammation — 

Leproly 

Lethargy 

Livergrown — 

Looliicfji 

Lunatick. 

Mealies — — 
Mortification — 
Pdfy 



Plcurify — 

Purples — 

Quinfy — 
Ralh 



Rheumatifm 

Rickets 

Rifuig of the Lights- 



3« 

7 

3 

80 

48 



I 
I 

5 
3 

12 
21 

30 
117 

27 
41 
27 

9 
12 

22 

161 

51 



Rupture — • 10 ■ 

St Anthony's Fire — i 

Salivation — j 

Scald Head — ^— — i 
Small Pox — 1057 

- 31 



Sores and Ulcers 
S|)Ieen — — 
Spotted Fever — 

Stillborn 

Stone — — 



161 

463 

35 

Stoppage in the Stomach i86 

Strangury — 2 

Strongullion i 

Suddenly — 85 

Surfeit — 13 

Teeth 1276 

Thrufh -— 67 

Tillick 271 

Twifting of the Guts 10 

Tympany — 15 

Vapours — ■ 1 

Vomiting — — — 25 
Water in the Head — 25 

Wind 1 

Worms — — " 44 



CASOAtTIES. 

oRoken Leg — ^ 

^ Bruifed — 

Drowned — — 



Exceflive Drinking — 

Executed 

Found dead — 

Frighted 



Killed by fcveral Ac- 1 
cidents J 

Killed by a Sword 

Made away ihemfclves 

Murdered — 

Overlaid — 

Planet-ftruck 

Wounded — • 



2 

59 

4 

'7 

39 

I 

55 



Toiai 



2 
II 

47 
t 

5 

27s 



)eOeC 



{Males — 8788 
Females 8446 
In all — 17234 



{Males — 110S3 
Females 11149 
In ail _ 22232 



Dccreafed in the Burials this Year 4337 



U 2 



A General! 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 13th of December 171 5, to the nth of December 1716. 

According to the Report made to die King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

'St A LBAN in Wood-ftreet 27 
■*^ Alhallows Barkin — 115 



Alhallows in Bread-ftrect 
Aihallows the Great - 



Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows the Lefs — • 

Alhallows inLombard-ftreet 
Alhallows Staining 



15 
76 

o 

8 

9 



Alhallows on London Wall 
St Al phage near Sion College 40 

St Andrew Hubbard 5 

St Andrew Underfhatt 54 

St Andrew Wardrobe 83 

St Ann within Alderfgatc — 50 

St Ann in Black Friars 169 

St Andiony, vulg. Antholin 
St Auguftin, vulg Aullin — 
St Baitholomew by Exchange 
St Benedift, v. Bennet Fink 

St Bcnnct Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Boiolph at Billinfgate — 
Chrift Church Parilh - 

St Chriftopher's Parilh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eafl; 

St Edmund die King 

St Ethelburga's Parifli 

St Faith under St Paul's — 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Bifhoplgatc — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
S: James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 
St Laurence Jewry 



Bur. 
66 

^5 

21 

28 

'9 

4 

26 

49 
59 
45 
14 
9 
Z5 



1 1 

16 

20 

18 

14 

5*3 
o 

10 

124 

27 

14 

31 

57 

25 
28 

28 

4 

14 



St Laurence Pouncncy 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 34 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 23 

St Margaret Mofes i 7 

o 

15 

7 
46 

6 

24 

38 
20 
19 

33 

29 

6 



St Margaret in New Fifh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somedec - — 
St Mary Staining 



St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BamHiaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — jj 



u 



II 

«j 

25 



St Michael at Quern 
St Michael Royal 



«7 



St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch • 

St Mary in Aldcrmanbury — 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Filh-ftr. 



4» 
o 

43 



St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in die ninety- feven Parilhes within the W^alls 1884 



St Michael in Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred in Brcad-llreet— 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons — • 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave ■ 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lanc 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman -ftreet 
St Stephen in WaJbrook — 
St Swithin at London-ftonc 19 

li 

20 

H 



St Thomas the ApoftJe- 

Trinity Parifh 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1398 
St Bartholomew the Great-- 66 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 39 
St Botolph by Alderfgatc — 216 

St Botolph by Aldgate 756 

St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 503 



Bridewell Precinft 23 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 365 

St Dunltan in the Weft 193 

St George in Southwark — 497 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1343 
St Olave in Southwark 762 



Buried 2725 

St Saviour in Southwark — 7 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 

St Thomas in Southwark — 169 

Trinity in the Minories 14 

The Peft-houfe — 



I 



Chriftened in die Cxtecn Parilhes without the Walls 5742 



Buried 7860 



iyi6. 



Chrift Church In Surrey —194 

ScDunftan at Stepney 2259 

St Giles in the Fields 1606 

St James at Clerkenwell — 562 
St John at Hackney 141 



St John at Wappijig 284 

St Katherine near the Tower i 8 1 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 57 S 

St Mary at Iflington 159 

St Mary at Lambedi 327 



StMary Magd. Bermondrey4i i 

St Mary at Newingron J04 

St Mary at Rothcrhith 209 

St Mary in VVhitechapel — 809 
St Paul at Shadwell —405 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parilhes in Middlefex and Surrey 5956 Burjcd 8429 



St Margaret in Weftminft. 1126 
St Martin in the Fields — 1626 



St Ann in Weftminfter 502 

St Clement Danes — 501 

Si James in Weftminfter 1 308 

Chriftened in the leven Parilhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3839 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 1 1 S 
St Paul in Covcnt Garden 241 



Buried 



5422 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABORTIVE 
Aged 

Ague . 

Apoplexy 

Afthma — — 
Bedridden — 

Bleeding ■ — 

Bloody Flux — 

Burrtcn 

Cancer — — 
Canker - 



- »33 
■'959 

a 

- 65 

- 57 
■ 8 

I 

- 6 

- 4 

- 68 



Childbed — 
Chrifomcs — 
Coliclc 



- — 229 

42 

- 78 

Confumption 3189 

Convulfion — — - 7114 

Cough 

Diabetes — 

Diftradcd — - 
Dropfy — — 

Evil - 

Fever — 

Fidula 

Flux — 



Gout 

Gravel — 
Grief 



35 

2 

4 
Griping in the Guts — 709 

Hcad-ach — 3 

46 

1 1 

b 

95 

39 

4 

7 

1 

13 

27 
1 



■Hcadmouldlhot 

Hooping Cough 

Horfliochcad — — 

Jaundics 

Impofthume 

Infants 

Lethargy — 

Livcrgrown — -^ 

Loo(nt:k — 

Lunaticlc -■-' — 
Malignant Fever - 
Mealies 



French Pox — 

Gajigrenc — — — 



3 
766 

61 

3078 

13 

3 

63 

4 



Mortification ^— 
Palfy 

Pleurify — ' 
Purples -^— — 

Quinfy — — 

Rarti 

Rhcunnatifm —' — 

Rickets — 

Rifmg of the Lights — 



27c 

»28 
25 

24 
40 

12 

10 

25 
169 

58 



Rupture — 

St Anthony's Fire -• 

Scarlet Fever 

Small Pox 

Sores and Ulcers — 

Spleen — 

Spotted Fever — — 

Stillborn — 

Stone 

Stoppage in the Stomach 
Stoppage in the Throat 

Strangury — 

Strongullion — — 

Suddenly — 

Surfeit — 

Teeth — — 

Thrulh - 

Tiflick ~ — 



Twifting of the Guts 

Tympany '- 

Vapours — 

Vomiting — 

Water in the Head — 

White Swelling 

Worms — 



14 
2 
I 

2427 

36 

2 

100 

542 

44 

239 
I 

2 
10 
94 

'7 

1313 

4b 

421 

12 

7 
I 

23 

41 

3 

31 



CASUAtTlEa. 

BRoken Leg — — 
Bruifcd 

Burnt 

Died by Misfortune — 
Died by untimely Births 

Drowned — 

Exceflive Drinking — 

Executed — 

Found dead — 

Frighted — • ■ 

Killed accidentally — 
Killed with a Sword — 
Made away themfclvcs 

Murdered — 

Overlaid — 

Scalded — n 

Shot 

Suft'ocated — . 
Wounded — 



2 

a 
I 

2 

45 
i 

38 
3 

5* 
S 

28 

s 

59 
3 

3 

I 
I 



Total 285 



! Males — 9076 
Females 8345 
In all — 1 742 1 



i Males — 12356 
Females 1 2080 
In all — 24436 



Increafed in the Burials this Year 2 204 



A Gener&l 



1717- 
A General B I L. L of all the Chriftenings and Burial% 

From the nth of December 1716, to the 17th of December 171 7. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 



St 



ALBAN in Wood-ftrect 27 
Alhallows Barkin — 1 10 
Alhallows in Brcad-Ilrcet — 19 

Alhallows the Great 56 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows the Lefs 28 

Alhallows in Lombard-llreet 16 

Alhallows Staining 3 1 

Alhallows on London Wall 57 
St Alphage nearSion College 33 

St Andrew Hubbard 3 

St Andrew LTnderfliaft 57 

St Andrew Wardrobe 48 

St Ann within Alderigate — 45 

St Ann in Black Friars 131 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 13 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 1 4 
St Bartholomew byExchangc 17 
St Benedift, v. Bennet Fink 23 
St Bennet Gracechurch— — ■ 9 

4' 

o 

»5 
>23 

25 
»5 
34 

57 

»5 

22 

30 
10 
II 



Eur, 
St Gregory by St Paul's — 53 
St Helen near Bifhopfgate — 4 1 
Sc James in Duke's Place — 26 
St James at GarJickhithe — 40 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 22 

St John the Evangclitt 2 

St John Zachary — 2 1 



St Bennet at Paul's Wharf- 
St Bennet Sherehog 



St Botolph at BiUiiiigate — 
Chrifl: Church Parilh ■ 
St Chriftopher's Parifli 
St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft ■ 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parilh 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 



St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney 



52 
3' 
53 
'7 
St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 7 
St Leonard in Foftcr-lane — 20 
St Magnus by London Bridge 35 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 28 
St Margaret Mofcs 6 

3 
16 

15 
50 
14 
15 
4' 
28 

33 
22 



St Mary Mounthaw 
St Mary Somerfet 
St Mar)' 5kainin< 



St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



- II 
M 



tl 



St Margaret in New Fifli-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 

St Martin at Ludgatc 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich — - 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch 



St Mary in Aldermanbury' — 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 37 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 6 

St Mary Colechurch o 

St Mary HilJ by Billinlgate 36 
St Mary Magd, in Milk-ftr. o 
StMaryMagd.OldFifli-ftr. 22 



St Matthew in Friday-ftrcct 15 

St Michael Baflifhaw 21 

St Michael in Cornhill ij 

St Michael in Crooked-lane it 
St Michael at Queenhithe — ij 

St Michael at Quern m 

St Michael Royal ip 

St Michael in Wood-ftrect 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet — 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Colcabby 

St Nicholas Oiave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreer 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 

St Olave in Silver-ftreet 

St Pancras in Pancras-lanc 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Btoad-fh". 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 

St Stephen in Wal brook 

Sc Swithin at London-ftone 

Sc Thomas the Ap>oftJe 

Trinity Parifli — 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter - 



Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parilhes within the Walls 2031 

Bridewell Precinft 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1 165 
St Bartholomew the Great -- 57 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — ^^ 
St Botolph by Alderfgace — 200 

St Botolph by Aldgate 817 

St Botolph by Bifliopfgate — 52 1 



23 
St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 309 

Sc Dunftan in the Weft —208 

St George in Southwark — 485 

St Giles by Cripplegate — 1367 

St Olave in Southwark 8 1 7 



Buried 2592 

St Saviour in Southwark — 62 J 

St Sepulchre's Parilh — 647 

St Thomas in Southwark — iSi 

Trinity in the Minories 21 

The Peft-houfe 



Chriftened in the fixteen Pariflies without the Walls 62 1 1 



Buried 7479 



;:hrlft Church m Surrey —202 

St Ounflan at Stepney 2369 

St Giles in the Fields 1 347 

St James at Clerkenwell — 422 
St John at Hackney 1 65 



'1717. 

5rjohn at Wappint 



327 

StKatherine near the Tower 206 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 643 

St Mary at inington 178 

St Mary at Lambeth 325 



St Mary Magd. Sermondrey 45? 

St Mary at Newington 17 5 

St Mary at Rotherhith 2 1 4 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 88g 
St Paul at Shadwell 450 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parifhcs in Middlefcx and Surrey 6172 Buried 8370 



St Margaret inWefl:minn:.ioo6 
St Martin in the Fields — 1605 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand iii 
St Paul in Covent Garden 256 



St Ann in Weftminfter — 447 

St Clement Danes ■ 419 

St James in Weftminfter 1 1 59 

Chriftened in the feven Parifhcs in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 4061 Buried 5005 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABORTIVE . 
Aged 

Aaiie ' ■ 

Apoplexy 

Aft lima ■ 

Bedridden 

Bleeding — — 
Bloody Flux — 

Burltcn ■ 

Cancer — ~ 

Canker 

Chicken Pox — 
Childbed — — 
Chfifomes — 
Colick 



Confumption - 
Convulfion — 
Cough — 

Diabetes 

Dropfv — 

Evil ' 

Fever - 



- 89 

-2011 

- 4 

- 8fc 

- 39 

- J 
I 

- 12 

- 9 

- 75 

- 9 
1 

- U3 

- 46 

- 92 

-2764 

-714 

- 4 



Fiftula 

Flux 

French Pox — 

Gangrene 

Gout 

Gravel — — 



— 740 

— 37 
— 2940 

— 14 

— 10 

— 109 
— I 

— 30 



Grief — ' 

Griping in the Guts- 
Head -ach — 

Headmouidfhoc 

Hooping Cough 

Horfhoehead 

Jauiidies 



Impollhumc — 
Infants — — 
Inflnmmation — 

Leprofy 

Lethargy 

Livergrown 

Loolhefs — — 
Lunatick ^ — 



8 
653 

4 
5? 
15 

9 

3 

2 



— I 



Malignant Fever 

Mcafles 

Megrims - - -— — 
Mortification - 

Pain in the Head 

Palfy 

Plcurify — • — 

Purples — — 

Quinfy ■ 

Ralh -. — 

Rheumatifm — 
Rickets — — 



tnc ivignis — 47 
18 



Rifing of the Lights — 
Rupture 

St Anthony's Fire- 
Scald Head 

Scarlet Fever — 
Sciatica — — 

Scurvy > — ■ 

Small Pux 

Sores and L^Icets 

Spleen 

Spotted Fever — 

Stillborn 

Stone — 



55 

3« 

I 

35 
I 

125 
I 

32 

32 
16 

13 
8 

29 

96 



4 
2 
2 
2 

■ 3 
-2211 

- 30 

- 4 

- 137 

- 596 

- 47 
Stoppage in the Stomach 233 

Strangury ' — 
Sirojigullion — — 8 

Suddenly — 122 

Surfeit — i6 

Swelling in the Tliroat i 
Teeth — 



Thrufh 

Tiffick — 

TwiiHng of the Guts 
Tympany — —— 

Vomiting — 

Water in the Head — 
i Worms — — — — 



-1250 
- 6, 
289 
1 



24 
26 

39 



Ca 



S U A L T I E S. 



IjRokcn Arm — 
•*-' Broken Leg — 

Bruifed — 

Burnt — 

Choaked — ■ 



Dropt down dead — 

Drowned — 

Exccflive Drinking ■ — 

Executed — 

Found dead 

Frighted — '■ 
Hano'd itfelf accidcn- ? 

tally — J 

Killed by feveral Ac- } 

cidents 5 

Made away themfelvcs 

Murdered — • 

Overlaid — 

Scorched and burnt — 
Starved 



Wounded — 



t 
2 
6 
2 
t 
I 
62 

5 
19 

3& 

2 



61 

37 
9 

70 
2 
r 

a 



Toul 320 



! Males — 9630 
Females 8845 
In all — 18475 



i Males — 1 1934 
Females 11 51 2 
In all — 23446 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 990 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chrlftenings and Burials^ 

From the 17th of December 1717, to the 16th of December 1718. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Maj< 
By the Company of PariOi Clerks of L o n d o n> &c. 



St 



Bar. 



ALBAN in Woodftreet 3 1 
Alhallows Barkin — qc; 



Alhallows in Bread-ftreet- 
Alhallows the Great 



Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows the Lcfs 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 
Alhallows Staining 



95 
10 

62 

o 

16 

16 

34 
79 



Alhallows on London Wall 
St AlphagenearSionCoUege 37 

St Andrew Hubbard 5 

St Andrew Undcrfliaft 48" 

St Andrew Wardrobe 59 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 5+ 

St Ann in Black Friars 169 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 1 2 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auflin — 1 3 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 2 7 
St Benedict, v. Bennet Fink 23 
St Bennet Gracechurch 19 

37 

4 

12 

151 

19 
10 



St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church Parifb 

St Chriflopher's Parilh 

St Clenncnt near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch • 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the Kins; 



20 

24 
29 

8 
7 



37 
o 



St Ethelburga's Parifh 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parishes within the Walls 



Gregory by St Paul's — 
Helen near Bifliopfgate — 
James in Duke's Place — 
James at Garlickhithe — 
John Bapiift by Dowgate 

John the Evangelift 

John Zachary — 

Katherine Coleman 

Katherine Creechurch — 
Laurence Jewry 



Laurence Pountncy 

Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
Magnus byLondonBridge 
Margaret in Lothbury — 

Margaret Mofes 

Margaret in New Fifli-ftr. 

Margaret Pattons 

Marcin Ironmonger-lane 

Martin at Ludgate 

Martin Orgars — 

Martin Outwich 

Martin Vintrey 

Mary Abchurch 



Mary in Aldermanbury — 

Mary Aldcrmary 

Mary le Bow in Cheapfidc 
Mary Borhaw at Dowgate 
Mary Colcchurch 



Bur. 
70 
3» 
24 
40 

17 
I 

27 

46 

57 
5S 

21 

6 

25 
51 

27 

14 
o 

17 
10 

50 
1 1 

15 
49 
33 
29 

33 
30 

7 
I 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somerfet — 
St Mary Staining 



9 

u 



I* 

jj 
»S 

St Michael in Crooked-lane jt 
St Michael at Queenhithc — 34 

St Michael at Quern 7 

St Michael Royal — 11 

St Michael in Woocl-ftrcet l' 



St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth — — 
St Matthew in Friday-ftrect 

St Michael Baflifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 



St Mildred in Bread- ftrect — i 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 34 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Golcabby 

St Nicholas Olave — 

St Olave in Hart-flreet 4: 

St Olqve in the Old Jewry 7 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 36 
St Pancras in Pancras-lanc 

St Peter in Cheapfide 6 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near PauPs Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 



n 



Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
Mary Magd. Old Fi(h-ftr. 30 



St Stephen in Coleman-ftrect 99 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Switliin at London- Itonc 
St Thomas the Apoftic — 

Trinity Pari(h — 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



i 

7 


I 



iS 
'9 

:i 

21 



St A ndrew in Holborn — 1348 
St Bartholomew the Great-- 66 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 35 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 258 
St Botolph by Aldgate 871 



St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 586 



Bridewell Precinft 



26 



St Bridget, vulg. Sc Bride's 345 
St Dunrtan in the Weft — 242 
St George in Southwark — 585 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1559 

St Olave in Southwark 819 

Chriftened in the fixtecn Parilhes without the Walls 61 



1899 Buried 2759 

St Saviour in Southwark 76 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 75 

St Thomas in Southwark — 169. 

Trinity in the Minories 

The Pcft-houfe -- 



i 



66 



Buried 8437 



I7i8. 



Chrift Church in Surrey —229 

St Dunllan at Stepney 2458 

St Giles in the Fields 1789 

St James at Clerkenwcll — 535 
St John at Hackney 202 



St John at "Wapping 3 1 4 

StKatherine near the Tower 196 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 728 

St Mary at Iflington 219 

Sr Mary at Lambeth 48 4 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 6333 Buried 9485 



I 

P^Sl Ann in Weftminfter — 524 

St Clement Danes 464 

St James in Weftminfter 1 23^ 

Chriftened in the fevcti Pariihes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3909 



St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 477 

St Mary at Newington 305 

St Mary at Rotherhith 2 1 5 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 891 
St Paul at Shadwell 44 j 



St Margaret inWeftminft.1245 
St Martin in the Fields — 1860 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 1 62 
St Paul in Covent Garden 251 



Buried 5842 



k 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABORTIVE 
Aged 

Ague . • 

Apoplexy — — 

Afthma ■ 

Bedridden 

Bleeding — — 
Bloody Flux — 

Buriten ■ 

Cancer — — 
Canker 



Chicken Pox 

Childbed — 

Chincough — 

Chrifomes — 

Colick — 

Confumption ; 

Convulfion — 1 

Cough — 

Cramp • — 

Diabetes — 

Dropfjr — — 
Evil 



Falling Sicknefs 

Fever — 

Fiftula 

Flux -^ ■— — 
French Pox — 



- 86 
-2221 

- 10 

- 92 

- 107 

- 9 
I 

- 27 

- 6 

- 73 

- 8 

-''I 

• 53 

- 84 

-3106 
-8055 

- I4j 
I 

- 4 
-IO14 

- 45 

1 

-3475 

- 17 

- 10 

- 91 



Gangrene 
Gout 



Gravel — 

Green Sicknefs — 

Grief — — 

Griping in the Guts — 801 

Head-ach — 

Headmouldfliot — 



2 

38 

3 
I 

10 



Hooping Cough 
Horflioehead — 
Jaundics 



Impofthume — 

Infants 

Inflammation — 

Leprofy 

Lethargy 

Livergrown 

Loolhefs — — 
Lunatick — — 
Malignant Fever 

Meafles 

Mortification 



Overflowing of the Gall 
Palfy 

Pleurify — 
Purples — 
Quinfy — 



2 

57 
24 

10 

129 

47 

1 

4 

12 

2 

62 

29 

I 

492 

124 

I 

36 

32 

26 

19 



RaOi . — 

Rheumatifm — 
Rickets — — 



Rifmg of the Lights — 

Rupture 

St Anthony's Fire ■ 

Scarlet Fever 1 

Small Pox 1884 



'31 
4' 
81 

64 

4 
2 

7 



Sores and Ulcers 

Spleen 

Spotted Fever — 

Stillborn 

Stone — 



- 40 

- 3 

- 132 

- 609 

- 45 
Stoppage in the Stomach 1 5 2 

Strangury — 1 1 

Suddenly — 98 

Surfeit — 1 ^ 



Swelling — 

Teeth 

Thtufh 

Tiflick — 

Twilling of the Guts 

Tympany — 

Vapours 

Vomiting ■ — 

Water in the Head — 
Worms 



■148- 



53 

16 



40 

2 



CAStJALTIES. 



BRoken Leg 
Bruifed — 

Burnt 

Died by Accident 

Drowned — 

Exceffive Drinking — 

Executed — 

Found dead 

Frighted — 

Killed by feveral Ac- ? 

cidents J 

Made away themfclves 

Murdered — 

Overlaid — 

Poifoncd ' — 

Scalded — ^ 

Stifled — 

Wounded — 



4 
S 

5 

t 

81, 

II 

'S 

36 
I 

56 
31 

,1 

4 

i 
I 

3 



Total 340 



!S^ 



f Males — 9444 
Females 8863 
In all — 18307 



[Males — 13339 
Females 13184 
In all — 2652J 



Increafed in the Burials this Year 3077 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chrlftenings and Burials, 

From the i6th of December 1718, to the 15th of December 1719. 

According to the Report made to the King's mod excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LBAN inWood-ftreet 28 

-**• Alhallows Barkin — 101 

Alhallows in Brcad-ftreet — 16 

Lihallows the Great 



Alhallows in Honey-lane ■ 
Alhallows the Lefs 



74 
J 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 2 1 

38 

;o 
38 
10 

38 
61 

51 

145 

16 



Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft — ■■— 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderlgate — 

St Ann in Black Friars 

St Anthony, viilg. Antholin 
St Augiiftin, viilg Aiiftin — 13 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 23 
St Benedict, v. Bcnnet Fink 26 

St Bennct Graccchurch 

St Bennei at Paul's Wharf — 

St Ben net Sherehog 

St Botolph at Billinlgate — 
Chria Church Parilh 
St Chrillopher's Parilh - — 
St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Fall -'— 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethclburga's F'arilh 



7 

I 

12 

165 

21 

14 

32 
5« 
24 

22 

36 

9 
12 



St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety- feven Pariflies within the Walls 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Bifhopfgate — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary — 

St Kathcrine Coleman 

St Katherinc Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney 



Bur. 

O7 
31 

21 

41 

23 

4 

27 

60 

49 
5« 
20 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 16 
St Leonard in Foftcr-lane — 19 
St Magnus by London Bridge 43 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 37 

8 
o 
16 
14 
34 
25 
13 
52 
23 
34 
28 

30 

7 
o 



St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret inNewFifh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 



St Martin Outwich 

St Martin ^'intrcy -■ — 

St Mary Abchurch ■ 

St Mary in Aldermanbury-- 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 
St Mary Culechurch 



St Mary Hill by Billinfgace 40 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. o 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifli-ftr. 34 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1 357 
St Bartholomew the Great-- 72 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 36 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 247 

St Botolph by Aldgate 964 

St Botolph by Bifhoplgate — 601 



Bridewell Precinft — 



30 



St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 348 

St Dunftan in the Weft 237 

St George in Southwark — 647 
St Giles by Cripplegatc — 1589 
St Olave in Southwark — 1002 
Chriftened in the fixteen Pariflies without the Walls 61 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somcrfet — 
St Mary Staining 



St Mary Wool church 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 
St Michael Bafliftiaw 



4J 


It 

6 

3) 
10 



St Michael in Comhiil *- 
St Michael in Crooked-lane 24 
St Michael at Qiieenhithe« — 3? 
St Michael at Quern ■ 15 

St Michael Royal :j 

St Michael in Wood- flreet— 7 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreci— 14 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 14 

St Nicholas Aeons i 

St Nicholas Coleabby if 

St Nicholas Olave 16 



St Olave in Hart-flreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftrcet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in CornhHl 

St Peter near PauPs Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. _. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftrectuo 

St Stephen in Walbrook 17 

St Swithin at London -ftonc 

St Thomas the Apoflle 

Trinity Parilh 

St Vedaft, alias Fofler ■ 

191 7 Buried 2870 

St Saviour in Southwark ' 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 7, 

St Thomas in Southwark 216 

Trinity in the Minories 26 

The Peft-houfe — , 



€S 



Buried S999 



Chr'ift Church in Surrey —2 1 3 
Sc Dunftan at Stepney— —2750 

St Giles in the Fields 1737 

St James at Clerkenwell — 510 
St John at Hackney 177 



I7I9. 

St John at Wapping 400 

St Katherine near the Tower 259 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 849 
St Mary at Iflington — — 209 
St Mary at Lambeth 515 



St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 6jff 

St Mary at Newington 377 

St Mary at Rothcrhith 343 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 1016 
St Paul at Shadwell 508 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parifhes in Middlcfcx and Surrey 6421 Buried 10501 



St Margaret in Weftminft. 1 3 1 9 
St Martin in the Fields — 1956 



St Ann in Weftminfter 491 

St Clement Danes 523 

St James inWeftminfter— 1 349 

Chriftened in the feven Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3887 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 1 10 
St Paul in Covent Garden 229 



Buried 5977 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABORTIVE 
Aged 

Ague — 

Apoplexy ^ 
Afthma — — 

Bedridden 

Bleeding 

Bloody Flux — 

Burften 

Cancer — — 

Canker 

Chicken Pox — 
Childbed 



Chincough — 
Chrifomes — 
Colick — - 
Confumption — 
Convulfion — - 
Cough ' — — 
Diabetes - 
Diftrafted — 
Dropfy — — — 

Evil . 

Fever - - — 

Fiftula 

Flux - 

French Pox — 



Gangrene 

Gout — 

Gravel - 

Grief 

Giiping in the Guts — 

Headmouldfljot 

Hooping Cough 

Horftiochead - — 

Jaundies — 

Impofthume — 

Infants 



Inflammation — — 

Leprofy — 

Lethargy — 

Livergrown 

Loofnefs 
Lunatick — 
Meafles 



Megrims — 

Mortification 

Overflowing of the Gall 
Pain in the Head - ■-— 

Palfy 

Pleurify 

Purples — ■ 

Quinfy 

Rafh 



I 

44 

5 
12 

826 

60 

17 

24 

123 

5 
5 

7 

4 

90 

42 

243 
I 

153 
I 

I 

33 

44 
42 
II 
12 



Rheumatifm — 

Rickets 

Rifing of the Lights — 

Rupture 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scarlet Fever 

Small Pox — — 
Sores and Ulcers ■ 
Spleen 



Spotted Fever 

Stillborn 

Scone 



32 

9' 
76 

17 
2 

3 

3229 

41 
2 
124 
586 

5o| 



Stoppage iiuhc Stomach 150 

Strangury 4 

Suddenly 118 

Surfeit ■ 

Swelling in the Knee 

Teeth 

Thrufli - 

Tiirick . 

T\t'ifling of the Guts 

Tympany — 

Vomiting — 

Water in the Head — 

White Swelling 

Worms — — ■ 



/ 
I 

1734 

72 

337 
54 
19 
27 

31 

2 

27 



Casualties. 

T)Roken Leg — — 

■'-* Broken Skull 

Bruifed — 

Burnt 



Died by Accident 

Died of a Wound 

Drowned — 

Exceflive Drinking — 

Executed 

Found dead — — 

Killed by feveral Ac- ) 

cidcnts } 

Killed by a Fall 

Killed with a Sword — 

Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Scalded ■ — .. T — — 
Self-Murder i 

Starved — 

Suffocated ' ■■ ■ i— 



3 
I 



8 
16 

18 
29 

44 

23 

1 
6 

67 

4 

26 

I 
I 



Total 331 



[ 



Males — 9516 



CHRISTENED^ Females 8897 
(.In all 18413 



f Males — 14157 
Females 14190 
In all — 2.8347 



Increafed in die Burials this Year 1824 



X2 



A General' 



tyio. 
A General BILL of all the Chrlftenings and Burials, 

From the 15th of December 1719, to die 13th of December 1720. 
According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LB AN in Wood-ftreet 34 
**^ Alhallows Barkin — 104 
Alhallows in Bread-fljcet — 
Alliallows the Great 



Alhallows in Honey-lane — 
Alhallows the Lefs ■ - 
Alhallows in Lombard-ftrect 
Alhallows Staining 



53 

o 

69 



Alhallows on l^ondon Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 36 

St Andrew Hubbard 17 

St Andrew Underlhaft 5 1 

St Andrew Wardrobe 56 

St Ann within Alderi'gate — 29 

St Ann in Black Friars 126 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 9 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 16 
St Bartholomew byExchange 24 
St Benedict, v. Bcnnct Fink i 7 

St Bennet Gracechurch i i 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — ^6 

3 

10 

186 



St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 
Chrift Church Parilh — 



Bur. 

St Gregory by St Paul's — 6^ 
St Helen near BiOiopfgate — 3 i 
St James in Duke's Place — 23 
St James at Garlickhithe — 34 
St John Baptift by Dowgace 18 

St John the Evangelift 2 

St John Zachary — 1 6 

St Katherine Coleman ■ • 51 

St Katherine Creechurch — 59 

St Laurence Jewry 42 

St Laurence Pountney 1 2 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 5 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 37 
St Magnus by London Bridge 4 J 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 23 

St Margaret Mofes 5 

St Margaret in New Fi(h-ftr. 



St Margaret Pattons- 



o 

20 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 10 

St Martin at Ludgatc 46 

St Martin Orgars — 8 

St Martin Outwich 1 1 

St Martin Vintrey 29 

St Mary Abchurch 17 

StMary in Aldermanbury — 41 

St Mary Aldermary 3 1 

St Mary Ic Bow in Cheapfide 24 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 2 

St Mary Colechurch o 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 29 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. o 
StMaryMagd.OldFifb-ftr. 31 



St Chriftopher's Parilh 1 5 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 1 1 

St Dionis Backchurch 31 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 72 

St Edmund the King 17 

St Ethelburga's Parilh 26 

St Faith under St Paul's — 35 

St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 9 

St George in Botolph-lane — 14 

Cluiftened in the <iinety-feven Parilhes within the Walls 1S98 



St Mary Mounthaw ■ 4^ 

St Mary Somerfet ^ •^— |; 
St Mary Staining ■ ^ i) 

St Mary Woolchurch o 

St Mary Woolnoth 5 

St Matthew in Friday-ftrect I 

St Michael BafTifhaw ji] 

St Michael in Cornhill — — ijj 
St Michael in Crooked-lane j*! 
St Michael at Queenhithc — 35 
St Michael at Quern — ^ li 

St Michael Royal jj 

St Michael in Wood - ftrcet li 
St Mildred in Bread-llreet- li 
St Mildred in the Poultry — J4 

St Nicholas Aeons 1 

St Nicholas Coleabby i: 

St Nicholas Olave — 15 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 47 

St Olave in the Old Jewry il 

St Olave in Silver-ftreet JJ 

St Pancras in Pancras-lane 1 

St Peter in Cheapfide 5 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 

St Stephen in Walbrook 

St S within at London -ftone 

St Thomas the ApoftJe 

Trinity Parilh — 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1 296 
St Bartholomew the Great — 60 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 24 
St Botolph by Alderfgatc — 208 

St Botolph by Aldgatc S19 

^t Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 516 



Bridewell Precinft 17 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 357 
St Dunftan in the Weft — 230 
St George in Southwark — 499 
St Giles by Cripplegatc — 1481 
St Olave in Southwark 786 



St Vedaft, alias Foftcr 

Buried 2686 

St Saviour in Southwark —771 

St Sepulchre's Parilh yzl 

St Thomas in Southwark 25C 

Trinity in the Minories 21 

The Peft-houfc — - 



Chriftened in the fixteen Parilhes without the Walls 5931 



Buried 8069 



thrift Church in Surrey —163 
St Dunftan at Stepney — ■ — 2257 

it Giles in the Fields 1747 

5t James at Clerkenwell — 413 
>tJohn at Hackney 173 



1720. 

St John at Wapping ■ 3 1 3 
St Katherine near the Tower 169 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 664 

St Mary at IQington 207 

St Mary at Lambeth 454 



St Mary Magd. Bermondrey48+ 

St Mary at Newingron -32 2 

Sc Mary at Rotlierhith 229 

St Mary in Whitcchapel — 884 
St Paul at Shadwell 442 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Pariihcs in Middlelcx and Surrey 5901 Buried 9021 



Sc Ann in Weftminfter — 434 
5t Clement Danes 522 



St Margaret in Weftminft. 1210 I St Mary Savoy in the Strand 1 46 

St Martin in the Fields — 1927 j St Paul in Covcnt Garden 243 

it James in Weftminfter 1 1 96. 

Chriftened in the fcven Parifties in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3749 Buried 5678 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



BORTIVE . 
Aged 



Iguc 



Apoplexy — 
Althma — - 
Bedridden — • 
Bleeding — ' - 
Bloody Flux -- 

Burften 

Cancer — 
Canker 



Childbed — - 
Chincough — 
Chrifomes — 
Colick 



Conlumption — 
Convujfion - - — 

Cough 

Diabetes — ^ 

Dropfy . 

Evil — 

Fever 

Fiftula 

Flux ■ — -■ 

French Pox 

Gangrene — 

Gout 



- 132 
-23'7 

- 15 

- 82 

- 86 

- 3 

- 4 

- II 

- 6 

- 64 

- 20 

- 260 

- 10 

- 5^ 

- 98 

.3054 

- 5 
-1021 

- 24 
-3910 
■ 12 

- II 

- 108 

5 
30 



Gravel ■ 

Grief 

Griping in the Guts — 

Headmouldihot 

Hooping Cough ' 

Horlhoehead • — 

Jaundies ^^— — 
Impollhumc -^— 
Infants — 



Inflammation 

Lethargy - 

Liveigrown 

Lool'nefs - 

Luna:iclc ^^— . 
Mealies — - — 

Mortification 

Fain in the Head - 
Pain in the Limbs — ■ 
Pain in the Stomach — 
Planet-iiruck . 

Paify 

Pleuri/y — — — - 
Purples ■ ' 

Quinfy — ■ 

Rafh 

Rheumatifm ' 
Rickets 



731 
66 

33 
46 

107 

47 

»4 

6 

6 
I 

45 

44 

213 

1S4 

3 
I 

1 

I 

4c 

32 

16 

7 

10 
22 
84 



Rifing of the Liohts- 
Rupture — 



122 

20 
8 

— 2 

— 3 

— 1 

—1440 

— 32 

6 

— 66 

— 562 

— 59 
Stoppage in the Stomach 125 

Strangury — 10 

Suddenly • — 119 

Surfeit — 8 

Swine Pox — I 

Teeth 181 7 



St Anthony's Fire — 

Scald Head 

Scarlet Fever ■ 

Scurvy 

Small Pox 

Sores and Ulcers 
Spleen — — 
Spotted Fever — 

SLillborn 

Stone — — 



Thrufli — — 
Tiflick — - — 
Twilling of the Guts 

Tympany — 

Vomiting — 

Water in the Head — 
White Swelling — — 
Worms — ■ 



8 c 

455 

77 

9 
21 

110 

I 

7S 



Casualties. 



DRoken Leg 
^ Brulfed — 
Burnt — 
Died for Want 
Drowned — - 



Excellive Drinking 

Executed 

Found dead — — 
Frighted — 



Killed by feveral Ac- 
cidents 
Killed by Falls- 



Killed with a Sword — 

Killed themfelves 

Murdered — — — 

Overlaid — 

Scalded — . 

Shot 

Smothered — . 

Stabbed — 

Suffocated — - ■ - 



a 
3 
3 

2 

6f» 
18 
20 
21 



47 

»3 

3 

a? 

4 
69 

I 
I 

4 
t 

3 



Total 309 



f Males — 8877 
Females 8602 
In all — 17479 



{Males, — '2713 
Females 12741 
In all — 25454 



Decrcafed in the Burials this Year 2893 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, . 

From the 13th of December 1720, to the 12th of December 172 1. ^ 

According to die Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, ^ 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, 6cc. ■ 



Bur. 
St A LB AN in Wood-ftreet 3 1 

■*^ Alhallows Barkin — 
Alhallows in Bread-ftrcet — 

Alhallows the Great 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 
Alhallows the Lcfs • 



Alhallows in Lombard-ftrcet 

Alhallows Staining • 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underlhaft 



76 

14 

57 
o 

20 

12 

26 

64 

23 

15 

43 

47 
40 



St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 

St Ann in Black Friars 12a 

St Anthony, viilg. Antholin 14 
St Aiiguftin, vulg. Auftin — 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Benedicl, v. Bcnnet Fink 
St Bcnnet Graccchurch-^^— 
St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 
St Bennet Sherehog 



St Botoiph at Billinlgate — 

Chrift Church Parilh 

St Cbdilopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

'St Edmund the King • 

St Ethelburn;a's Parifli 



24 
19 

24 
16 

36 

I 

12 

149 
22 

18 

25 
84 
14 
21 

38 
7 



Bar. 

St Gregory by St Paul's — 57 
St Helen near Bifliopfgate — 35 
St James in Duke's Place — 25 
St James at Garlickhitlie — 39 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 15 

St John the Evangelift 5 

St John Zachary — 25 

St Katherine Coleman 49 

St Katherine Creechurch — 6^ 

St Laurence Jewry ; — 43 

St Laurence Pountney 14 



St Leonard in Eaftcheap 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 2 1 
St Magnus by London Bridge 42 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 30 

St Margaret Mofcs 1 1 

St Margaret in New Filh-ftr. o 

St Margaret Pattons 9 

Sc Martin Ironmonger-lane 10 
St Martin at Ludgate ■ . 29 

St Martin Orgars — 18 

St Martin Outwich 15 

St Martin Vintrcy 34 

St Mary Abchurch 25 

St Mary in Aldermanbury — 3 1 

St Mary Aldermary 41 

St Mary le Baw in Cheapfide 20 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 5 

St Mary Colcchurch o 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgatc 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ttr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Filh-ftr. 



33 
o 

30 



St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 16 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parilhes within the Walls 1871 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somcrfct — 
St Mary Staining 



St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth — — 
St Maitlicw in Friday-ftrect 

St Michael Baffiihaw 

St Michael in ComhiU 

St Michael in Crooked- lane 
St Michael at Queenhixhe — 
St Michael at Quern . 

St Michael Royal — 

St Midiacl in Wood-ftrect 
St Mildred in Bread- ftreet — 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave — 

St Olave in Hart- ftreet 

St Olave in die Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter ia Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parilh — 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1 22 1 
St Bartholomew the Great-- 52 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 30 
St Botoiph by Alderfgate — 191 

St Botoiph by Aldgate 816 

St Botoiph by Biftiopfgate — 544 



Bridewell Precinft 18 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 306 

St Dunftan in the Weft 201 

St George in Southwark — 552 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1419 
St Olave in Southwark 929 



Buried 1588" 

St Saviour in Southwark 
St Sepulchre's Parilh 




St Thomas in Southwark — 240 

Trinity in the Minories 25 

The Peft-houfe — 



Chriftened in the fixtecn Parilhes without the Walls 5944 Buried 8000 



I7it. 



tirlft Cfiurch In Surrey — 222 
5t Dimfran at Stepney— —2543 

St Giles in the Fields ^i69S 

St James at Cierkenwell — 458 
St John at Hackney ——172 



St Miry Magd. Bermondrey 45S 

St Mary at Ncwington 350 

St Mary at Rotherhith 27S 

St Mary in Whitechapcl — 937 
St Paul at Shadwell 526 

Chriflencd in the fifteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 6462 Buried 9564 



St John at Wapping ——548 
St Katherine near the Tower 194 
St Ljconard in Shoreditch — 697 

St Mary at Iflington 201 

St Mary at Lambeth 4S2 



St Margaret in Weflminft. 1278 
St Martin in the Fields — 1969 



St Ann in Weftminfter 409 

St Clement Danes — 561 

St James in Weftminfter 1^79 

^B Chriftened in the fevcn Pariihes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 409J 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 141 



St Paul in Covent Garden 255 



Buried 



599^ 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABORTIVE 
Aged - — 

Ague 

Apoplexy — 
Afthma — — 
Bedridden — 

Bleeding 

Bloody Flux — 

Burften 

Cancer — — 
Canker — - 
Childbed 



Chincough ^ 
Chrifomes — — 
Colick 



Confumptioti - 
Convulfton — 

Cough 

Diabetes — - 

Dropfy 

Evil 

Fever — 

FiHuJa 

Flux - 

French Pox — 

Gangrene 

Gout ■ 



— Ill 
— 2309 

— i" 

— 88 
— • 167 

— 5 

— 2 

— 10 

— 12 

— 71 

— 17 

— 299 

— 3 

— 43 

— 7^ 
— 3188 
—6879 

— 10 

— S 

— 903 
36 

-3331 

- 18 

- 12 

- 66 



56 



Gravel 
Grief 



5 
12 



Griping in the Guts — 697 

Headmouldftiot 65 

Hooping Cough — 
Horflioehead — 

Jaundies — 

Impofthume 

Infants — 



Inflammation 
Leprofy 



Lethargy — • 

Livcrgrown — -^ 
Loofncfs — ■> 

Lunatick — 

Malignant Fever 

Mcafles 



20 

63 
114 
65 
30 
4 
I 
8 

5 
42 
44 

I 



— 2?8 



Mortification 

Pain in the Head 

Pain in the Limbs — • 

P;iiry 

Planct-ftruck 

Pleurify — - 
Purples ■ — 

Quinfy 

Rafh 

Rheumatil 



102 
I 
I 

43 
4 
31 
39 
12 
18 



-^ — 43 



Rickets — 

Rifing of die Lights — 

Rupture — 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scald Head - 
Scarlet Fever - 

Scurvy 

Small Pox — — 
Sores and Ulcers 
Spleen 



119 

»33 

19 

10 

I 

s 

3 

2375 

30 

4 

84 

6.7 

67 
176 

9 

119 

II 



Spotted Fever — — 

Stillborn — 

Stone 

Stoppage in the Stomach 

Strangury — 

Suddenly — _^__ 

Surfeit — 

dwelling — 

Teeth — ' 1595 

79 
51J 
46 
12 
16 
128 

91 



Thrufh - 

Tiffick — 

Twifting of the Guts 

Tympany — > 

Vomiting — —— 
Water in the Head — 
Worms — -■ - - -^ 



Ca 



S C A L T I E S. 



BRoken Leg — — 
Bruifed 

Burnt 

Concufiion in the Brain 

Drowned — • 

Excefllve Drinking — 
Executed — ■ ■ 

Found dead — • 

Killed accidentally — 

Killed by Falls 

Killed with a Sword — 
Made away themfclvcs 

Murdered — ^ 

Overlaid — • 

Scalded — ■ 

Shot . 

Sniothered ' ■ — 
Strangled •^— 



3 
3 
5 

I 

86 
'7 
13 

3i 
3+ 
25 
4 
S» 
II 
67 

4 
3 
3 
I 



Total 365 



XOeC 



! Males — 9430 
Females 8940 
In all — 18370 



f Males — 1314^ 

BURIED ] Females 1 2996 

(.In all — 26142 



Increafed in the Burials this Year 688 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 13th of December 1720, to the 12th of December 1721. 
According to tlie Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty^ M 



By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LBAN in Wood-ftreet 3 1 

•**■ Alhallows Barkin — 76 

Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 

Alhallows the Great 



Alhallows in Honey-lane ■ 
Alhallows the Lels 



Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 

Alhallows Staining • 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfliaft 



14 

57 
o 

20 

12 

26 

64 

23 

15 

43 

47 
40 



St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 

St Ann in Black Friars 122 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 14 
Sr Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Benedici, v. Bennet Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 

Sc Bennet Sherehog ■ 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church Parilh 

St Chriltopher's Parifli 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eafl 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelbursa's Parilh 



24 
19 

24 
16 

I 

12 

149 

22 

18 

25 
84 

14 
21 

38 
7 



Bar. 

St Gregory by St Paul's — 57 
St Helen near Bifliopfgate — 25 
St James in Duke's Place — 25 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
Sc John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary 



39 
'5 
5 
25 
49 
63 
43 
14 

»7 
/ 

2t 



St Margaret in Lothbury 
St Margaret Mofcs 



St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney 

Sc Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus byLondonBridge 42 

30 

II 

o 

9 
10 

29 

18 

15 
34 
25 
3' 
41 



Sc Margaret in New Fifli-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-Une 
St Martin at Ludgace - . 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary in Aldermanbury — 
St Mary Aidermary 



St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 20 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 5 
St Mary Colcchurch 



St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Fiilvftr. 



33 
o 

30 



St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lanc — 1 6 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Pariflies within the Walls 18 71 



St Mary Mounthaw ■ 

St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining ■• — 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth — — 
St Mattliew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Baflifhaw 

St Michatl in Comhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Micluel at Queenhithe— 
St Michael at Quern — — 

St Michael Royal — 

St Michael in Wood-ftrcet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet — 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftrcet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftrcet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ft r. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Swithin at London-ftonc 

St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parilh — 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



Bur. 
12 
22 

'I 

12 

10 

;i 

4i 

-i 

.i 

5 

J4 

48 
3 

7 

38 

33 

»5 
96 

•7 
20 

tz 
»9 

^7n 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1 2 2 1 
St Bartholomew the Great-- 52 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 30 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 191 

St Botolph byAIdgate 816 

Sc Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 544 



Bridewell Precinft — 



18 

06 



St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's ^ 
St Dunftan in the Weft — 201 
St George in Soulhwark — 552 
St Giles by Cripplegare — 14 J 9 
St Olave in Southwark 929 



Buried 2588' 

St Saviour in Southwark — 775? 

St Sepulchre's Parilh 681 

St Thomas in Southwark — 240 

Trinity in the Minories 25 

The Peft-houfe — 



I 



Chriftened in the fixteen Parifhes without the Walls 5944 Buried 8000 



172. 2L» 

A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the J2th of December 1721, to the nth of December 1722. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parilh Clerks of London, Sax. 



Bur. 

St A LB AN in Wood-ftrcct 26 

■**■ Alhallows Barkin— ^2 

Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 1 2 

Alhallows the Great 



42 
o 

20 
24 

39 



Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows die Lels 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 39 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 9 

St Andrew Underfliafc 4!^ 

St Andrew Wardrobe 46 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 48 

St Ann in Black Friars 158 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 8 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 14 
St Bartholomew by Exchange iS 
St Bencdift, v. Bennet Fink 14 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf 

St Bennet Sherehog - 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 
Chrift Church Parifli - 
St Chriftopher's Pariih- 
St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

StDunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Pari/h 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-llr. 
St George in Botolph-Iane — 



14 

56 

o 

6 

130 

17 
16 

20 
62 

24 
24 
38 
7 
'7 



Bur. 
St Gregory by St Paul's — 6r, 
St Helen near Bilhopfgate — 33 
St James in Duke's Place — 34 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret in New Fiih-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich • 



St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch — — 
St Mary inAldermanbury — 
St Mary Aldermary — — 
St Mary le Bow in Clieapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinlgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Filh-fb". 



39 
29 

7 
20 

4« 
43 
52 

27 
8 

28 

52 

33 
8 

o 

16 

9 

31 
1 1 

8 

36 

27 
26 

iS 

25 

9 
o 

23 

o 

36 



St Mary Mounthaw — 

St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining — — 
St Mary Woolchurch — 
St Mary Woolooth 



St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Baffifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 

St Michael at Quern 

St Michael Royal ■ — 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet 
St Mildred in the Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet - ■ — 
St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftrect — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 3 

St Peter in Cocnhill jj 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 28 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 17 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 94 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 13 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parifh 

St VedalV, alias Fofter 



Bur. 

• II 

• 34 

• 24 
■ o 

16 

12 
27 

25 

3+ 
29 
10 
i& 
II 
12 

35 

I 

18; 
II 

34- 
6 



4 



32 
6- 



4 



'5 
iz 

2Z, 



Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 1 802 

Bridewell Precinfb : 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1219 
St Bartholomew the Great-- 70 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 43 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 235 

St Botolph by Aldgate 847 

St Botolph by Bilhopfgate — 648 



Sc Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 331 

St Dunllan in the Weft 2 1 3 

St George in Southwark — 536 
St Giles by Cripf>legate — 1571 
St Olave in Southwark 904 



Buried 2555 

St Saviour in Southwark — 788' 

St Sepulchre's Parifti 786 

St Thomas in Southwark — 156 

Trinity in the Minories 30 1 

ThePeft-houfe — 



I 



Cliriftencd in the fucteen ParUhes without the Walls 6280 



Buried 8406 



CT^rift Church in Surrey —242 

St Dunftan at Stepney 249 1 

St Giles in the Fields 1528 

St James at Clerkenwell — 510 
St JoKd ac Hackney 163 



1722. 

St John atWapping' - 275 
StKatherine near the Tower 209 
St Leonard in Shoreditcli — 757 

St Mary at Iflington 171 

Sc Mary at Lambeth 404 



St Mary Magd. Bcrmondrey 48 :j 

St Mary at Newington 277 

St Mary at RotherhitJi 286 

St Mary in W'liitechapel — 943 
Sc Paul ac Shadw«ll 4 12 



Chrirtened in the fifteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 6352 Buried 9151 



-354 

—^09 

1281 



St Ann in Weftniinfter - 

St Clement Danes 

St James in Wcftminfter 

Chiiftencd. In the fevcn Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminftcr 3905 



St Margaret inWeftminft.i 158 
St Martin in the Fields —1910 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 171 
St Paul in Covent Garden 255- 



Buried 5638 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABORTIVE - 
Aged 

Ague 

Apoplexy — 

Afthma • 

Bedridden — 

Bleeding — 

Bloody Flux - ^ 

fiuriien — 

Cancer — 

Canker — . 

Chicken Pox - 

Childbed — 

Chincough — 

Chrifomes — — — 
Colick — 



ConAiniption - 
Convulfion — 

Cough 

DiaKces 

Dropfy — 

Evil 

Fever - 

Fiftula 

Flux 



French Pox — 
Gout 



100 
2253 

9 

100 

— 125 
_ 6 

— 10 

— 16 

— 7 

— 83 

— 13 

— 3 

— 293 

— 3 

— 45 

— »3i 
— 3'07 
— 7»52 

— 2 

— 3 

— 988 

— 3' 
_3o8« 

— IJ 

— S 

— 78 

— 55 



Gravel — 

Grief 

Griping in the Guts 
HeadmouldOiot — 
Hooping Cough — 

Horfhoehead 

Jaundies 



Impofthume — . 

Infants — 

Inflammation 

Leprofy ■ — 

Lethargy — — 

Livergrown — 

Loofnefs — 

Lunatick — 

Malignant P'evcr 

Meafles 

Megrims — 

Mortification ■ 

Pain in the Head 

Palfy 

pjeuri fy 

Purples — — - . — 

Quinfy < 

Ralh — 

Rheutnatilra — — 



2 

9 
663 

32 
21 

75 

109 

40 

25 

3 

4 

5 

16 

"5 

32 

2 

n4 

184 

2 

37 
26 

23 

14 

9 

33 



Rickets — 

Rifing of the Lights — 

Rupture 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scald Head — 

Shingles — 

Small Pox 2 

Sores and Ulcers 

Spleen 



Spotted Fever 

Stillborn 

Stone 

Stoppage in the Stomach 

Strangury — 

Suddenly — 

Surfeit — 



Swelling — 

Teeth . — ] 

Thrulh 

TiOick — 

Twilling of the Guts 

Tympany — 

Vapours 

Vomiting — 

Water in the Head — 
Worms — 



145 
1+8 

19 

17 

I 

I 

167 

37 
1 

22 

684 

44 

13« 

4 

84 

5 

5 

955 

93 

399 

'5 

9 
1 

15 
139 

90, 



C A S U A t TI Ef. 



BRokcn Leg 
Bruifed — 
Burnt 



Drowned — 

ExceflJvc Drinking — 

Executed — 

Found dead 

Frighted — 

Killed by feveralAc- } 
cidents J 

Killed with a Sword — 
Killed with a hot Iron 
Made away themfclvcs 

Murdered — 

Overlaid — _— 

Poifoned — 

Scalded -—^ ^ 

Shot 

Stabbed — 



I' 

4i 

3 
50 

7 
23 
24 

2 

49 

3 
I 

4« 

9 

76 

I 

3 

I 



Total 299 



)e09( 



f Males — 9325 
Females 9014 
In all — 18339 



f Males — i'2956 
Females 12794. 
In ail ^ 25750- 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 392 



A Genera], 



General B I L L of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the nth of December 1722, to the loth of December 1723. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifh Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 



St A LBAK inWood-ftreet 36 

-**• Alhallows Barkin — 
Alhallows in Bread-ftrect — 

Alhallows the Great= 

Alhallows in Honey 
Allullows the Lei's 



lane- 



Alhallows in Lombard-ftrect 

Alhallows Sraining 

yVlhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage nearSion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfliaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 
St Ann in Black Friars— 



St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 
St Auguflin, viilg Auftin — 
Sc Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Benedift, v. Bcnnet Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bcnnet at Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 
Chrift Church Parifh 
St Chriftopher's Parifh 
St Clement near Eaftchcap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Edielburga's Parifh 



97 
la 

7' 
o 

»9 
20 

20 
60 
42 
•9 
50 
67 
43 

9 

18 



'7 

13 

'9 
46 

I 

5 
'77 

16 

23 
92 

28 

25 

36 

9 

17 



Bar. 
56 

31 

37 

39 

27 

II 

23 

59 

7i 

50 
26 

St Leonard in Elaflchcap — 8 

St Leonard in Fofter-lanc — 29 

St Magnus by London Bridge 35 

St Margaret in Loth bury — 33 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Bilhoplgate — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptifl: by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 



St Katherine Crcechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney • 



St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret in New Fifh-flr. 

Sc Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

Sr Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey — ■ 

St Mary Abchurch 



Sc Mary in Aldermanbury — 
St Mary Aldcrmar)- 



14 
10 

33 

14 
22 

42 

25 
21 

21 
26 

5 
o 



St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-flr. 
St George in Botolph-lane— 

Chriftened in the ninety 

St Andrew ih Holborn - — 1315 
St Bartholomew the Great-- 56 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 3 ■? 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 2iiS 

St Botolph by Aldgate 9SS 

St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 621 



St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinlgate 43 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-fir. i 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifh-ftr. 30 

feven Parilhcs within the Walls 

Bridewell PrecintH: — -" 34 

St Bridget, Vulg. St Bride's 290 

St Dunftan in the Wefl 236 

St George in South wark — '574 
St Giles by Cripplcgate — 1865 
St Olavc in Southwark — 10 16 



St Mary Mounthaw — — 
St Mary Somerfet — — 
St Mary Staining — ' — 
St Mary Woolchurch — 
St Mary Woolnoth 



Bur. 
'3 

5« 
20 

I 

I 

32 
29 

39 



Sr Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Baflifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Quecnhithe — 33 

St Michael at Qiiern 17 

St Michael Royal 25 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet— 21 
St Mildred in Bread-flreet— la 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 28 

4 
t8 

*3 

55 
1 1 

36 

t 

9 

26 

»9 



St Nicholas Aeons — 
St Nicholas Coleabby 
St Nicholas Olave 



St Olave in Hart-ib*eet 

St Olavc in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-rtreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill — 

Sc Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-llreeti 10 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 15 
St Swithin at London-ftone 20 

St Thomas the Apoflle 22 

Trinity Parifh 15 

StVedafl, alias Fofler 27 

1868 Buried 2896 

St Saviour in Southwark — 971 



St Sepulchre's Parifh 



-887 



I 
I 



St Thomas in Southwark — 228 

Trinity in the Minories 46 

The Pcft-houfe — 



Chriftened in the fucteen Parifhes without the Walls 6643 



Buried ^^7^ 



Chri(! Church m'Sunry— 248 

St Dwiftan at Siepncy 2965 

St Giles in the Fields 1710 

S: James at Clerken'well — 555 
St John at Hackney ———204 



-35^ 



1723. 

St John at Wapping — 
St Kathcrine near the Tower 234 
StJ_eonard in Shoreditch — 824 
Sc Mary at Iflington — — 234 
St Mary at Lambeth 5 1 5 



St^Wfary "KKgd .' Bermon3l^5 ff 3 

St Mary at Ncwington 322 

Sc Mary at Rotherhith 284 

St Mary in Whitechapcl — 1083 
St Paul at Shadwdl 553 



Chriftencd in the fii'teen Ou* Parities in Middlefex and Surrey 6778 Buried 10670 



St Margaret in Weftminft. i ^^6 
St Martin in the Fields — 2074 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand i yy 
St Paul i» Covent Garden 28a 



Sr Ann in Weftminftcr 402 

St Ckment Danes 549 

Sc James in Wefbninfter — 141 5 

Chriftencd in the fcvcn Parities in the City and Liberties of Weftminfber 39x4 Buried 625J 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A BORTIVE 

/\ Aged 

Ague — 

Apoplexy — 
AAhma — — 

Bedridden 

Bleeding 

Bloody Flux — 

Burllcn 

Cancer — — 

Canker 

Chicken Pox — 
Childbed 



Qiincough — 
Chrifbmei — 
Colick — - 
ConTumption — 
Convulfion — 
Cough — — 

Diabetes • 

Dropfy — 

Xvil 

Ftver — 

Fiftula 

Flux ~ 

French Pox — 
Gout — 



- 86 
-2225 

- 5 

- 109 

- 134 

- 3 

- J3 

- 9 

- 6 

: 'I 

2 

- 291 

- 3 

- 8b 

- tio 

-3352 
-8244 

- »5 

- 4 
-1120 

- 28 

- 5 

- 84 

- 46 



Gravel -^— — 

Grief ■ 

Griping in the Guts — 

He^idmouldfhot 

Hooping Cough 

irorftiochead 

Jaundies — 

Impofthume — — — 
Infliimmation — — 

Leprofy — 

Lethargy — ■ ■■ - 

Livcrgrown — 

Loofnefs 

Lunaticic — 

Malignant Fever 

Nkalles — 

Mifcarriage — — ■ — 
iVlortification -^^— 

Pain in the Head 

Pally . 

Planct-ftruck 

Pleurify 

Purples — ■ 

Quinfy 

RaQi . 

Rhcumalifm — 



2 

18 

91C 

60 

3S 

53 

133 

53 

I 

5 

6 

8 

114 

30 
2 

231 

4i 
21 J 

4 
46 

I 
30 
24 
16 

II 
43, 



Rickets 

Rifiiig of the Lig]]ts — 
Rupture ■ ^— 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scald Head — 

Sciriet Fever 

Scurvy -^— ^_ ■ - 

Small Pox 3 

Sores and Ulcers — 
Spleen 



Spotted Fever 

Stillborn 

Stone 

Stoppage in the Stomach 

Strangury — — 

Suddenly 

Surfeit — ^— - 

Swelling — 

Teeth : 

ThruQj 

TifEck 

Twifting of the Guts 

Tympany — 

Vomiting — 

Water in the Head — 
Worms — - 



121 

129 

18 

6 

I 

2 

3 
271 

27 
2 

692 

53 
163 

12 
83 

5 

2 
LO06 

98 
408 

20 

7 

20 

132 

75 



BRokcn Limbs 
Bruifed 

Burnt 

Died for Want (in J 



Newgate) 

Drowned — 

Fxccflive Drinking — 

Executed 

Found dead — — 
Killed by feveral Ac- ) 

cidents J 

Made away themfclvcs 

Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Scalded — 

Shot 

Smothered — 

Strangled in the Pillory 
Suffocated — 



4> 
5 
7 



62 

:i 

48 

45 

X. 

5 

2 

I 
3 



Total 338 



("Males — 9811 

christened] Females 9392 

(.In all 19203 



! Males — 14738 
Females 14459 
In all — 2,9197 



Increafed in the Burials this Year 3447 



Y2 



A General 



I7H- 

A General BILL of all the Chrlftenings and Burials, 

From the loth of December 1723, to the 15th of December 1724. 
According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifh Clerks of London, &c. 



J 



Bur. 

St A LB AN in Wood-ftrect 25 

76 
II 



-**■ Alhallows Barkin — 
Alhallows in Bread-ftrcet — 

Alhallows the Great 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 
Alhallows the Lefs ■ 
Alhallows in Lombard- fVreet 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhalbws on l,ondon Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfliaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderl'gate — 



St Ann in Black Friars- 



45 
o 

16 

18 
6 

65 

29 

6 

39 
53 
36 

132 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 16 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 22 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 22 
St Benedid, v. Bcnnet Fink 14 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf- — 

St Bennet Shereho» 

St Botolph at Billinfgatc — 

Chrift Church Parifh 

St Chrillopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parilb 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 



Bur. 
St Gregory by St Paul's — 50 
St Helen near Bifliopfgate — 37 
St James in Duke's Place — 37 
St James at Garlickhithe — 39 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 24 
St John the Evangelift-^ — " 2 
St John Zachary 



i5 

35 
2 
10 
186 
20 
12 
28 

57 
7.4 

24 

35 
8 

18 



St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 
St Laurence Jewry 



25 

57 

53 

55 

14 

5 
20 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somcrfet — 
St Mary Staining - — 
St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 35 
St Margaret in Lothbury— 39 

6 
o 
16 
12 
35 
9 
'5 
42 
29 

'9 
3i 

^5 
4 
o 

32 
o 

21 



St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret in New Fi(h-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 
St Martin at Ludgate — • — 

St Martin Orgars ~— 

St Martin Outwich ■ — ■ 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch 



St Mary in Aldermanbury — 

St Mary Aldermary • 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colcchurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgatc 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifli-ftr. 



Bur. 
" 5 

■ 50 

• ^5 

■ o 

'5 

W 
32 

BO 

34 



St Matthew in Friday-llreet 

St Michael Baflifliaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Qucenhithe — 32 

St Michael at Quern 21 

St Michael Royal 15 

St Michael in Wood-ftrect 19 
St Mildred in Bread^ftreet— 14 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 34 

5 
9 
7 

63 
9 

35 

4 

7 
33 
'9 
34 
91 

'? 
20 

7 
»4 
20 



I 
I 



St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olavc 

St Olave in Hart-llreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 

St Olave in Silver-ftrect 

St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 
St Stephen in Walbrook • — 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parifh — 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 1927 Buried 2618 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1090 
St Bartholomew the Great — 62 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 33 
St Butolph by Alderfgate — 198 
St Botolph by A Ideate 874. 



St Botolph by BilhOpfgate — 
Chriftened in the 



Bridewell Prccitift 35 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 352 
St Dunftan in the Weft -^223 
St George in Southwark — 5 1 6 
St Giles by Cripplcgate — 1609 

St Olave in Southwark 907 

fixteen Parifties without the Walls 6499 



St Saviour in Southwark — 804 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 73 1 

St Thomas in Southwark — 250 

Trinity in the Minories 26 

Ihe Pcft-houfe 



I 



Buried 8303 



thrift Church In Surffy — «34 
Si DunAan at Stepney— —2585 

St Giles in the Fields 1505 

St James at ClerkenwcU — 444 
St John at Hackney 174 



1724. 

fohn at Wapping- 



• - '5' + 

St Katlierintf near the Tower 200 

St Leonard in Shoreditch — 765 

St Mary at Iflington 2 18 

St Mary at Lambeth 370 



tMary Magci. Bermondfey524 

St Mary at Ncwington 3 1 9 

St Mary at Rotherhith 249 

St Mar}- in W'hitcchapel — 935 
St Paul at Shadwell 49:1 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Pariflies in MidJlefex and Surrey 6973 Buried 9328 



St Ann in Weftminfter 
St CJ«ncnt Danes *— 



-364 St Margaret in Weftminft, 1 1 90 I St Mary Savoy in the Strand t6i 
-523 St Martin in the Fields — 1962 j St Paul in Covcnt Garden 259 
St James in Weftminfter 1244 

Chriftcned in the feven Parifties in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3971 Buried 5703 




DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



JORTIVE- 
Aged 



A 

Ague 

Apufitxy — 

ARhma — 

Bedridden — -^ — 
Hocang ^— ~^^—— 

Bloody Flux 

flurika ■■ 

Cancer — 

Cankcx ■ 

Chicken Pox •^— ^— 

Ch.lJbed — 

Cbincough — 

ChriAxnct — 

Colick — 

CoaAuuption 
ConvuUion - 

Cough 

Diftraacd - 

Dropfy 1134 

E»iJ 40 

FcTo- 3262 

Firtula 13 

Flux 

French Pox 9 

Cuigrenc — ■ •- 



. 104 
-2516 

- 4 

- 100 

• 153 

- 9 

- 5 

- 12 

- 9 
■ 87 

- II 

2 

247 

2 

• 55 
>47 

337 J 

7357 

14 

1 



Gout ' 

Giavel ■ 

Grief 

Griping in the Guts — 

Headmouldfliot 

Hooping Cough 

Horlhoehead 

Jaundies 



impollhume 

Inflammation 

Itch 



Leprofy 

Lethargy 
Livergrown 
Loofncfs — 
Lunatick 



Malignant Fever 
Meaflcs — — 
Megrims .^-^— 
Mifcarriage 



43 
8 

19 

710 

42 

25 

86 

X2I 

42 

4 
I 

5 

14 

7 

3' 

25 

II 



Raflj 

Rheuinatirm 
Rickeis — 



Mortification — - 
Pain in the Limbs — *- 

Paify 

Planet-ftruck 

Pleurify — • 

Purples 

Quitify — ■ ' ■ -■- - ' 



187 



45 
I 

34 



15 

39 

65 

Rifmg of the Lights — 1 32 

Rupture — i6 

St Anthony's Fire — 3 

Small Pox - -■ —1227 

Sores and Ulcers ■ 38 

Spleen — • 

Spotted Fever -— 

Stillborn • — 

Stone — • 



Casualties. 

BRoken Leg — — 
Broken Skull 

Bruifed — 

Burnt — 



Stoppage in the Stomach 

Strangury — 

Suddenly — 

Surfeit — ' 

Teeth 

Thrufh — . 

Tiffick 

Fwifting of the Guts 

Tympany — 

Vomiting — 

Water in the Head — 

White Swelling 

24J Worms — I 



84 
663 

5 

14 
16 

105 

13 
1896 

89 
428 

12 

7 

241 

128 

I 
28 



Died for Want (in 

NewgstcJ 
Drowned — —— 



Exceflive Drinking — 

Executed — 

Found dead — 

Killed by fcveral Ac- I 

cidents ) 

Made away themfelvcs 
Murdered — ■ 

Overlaid — 

Scalded — 

Shot • ■■ — . 

Smothered ■ — 

Starved to Death (be- > 

ing Ihipwrcck'd) J 



a 
I 

3 
5 

I 

•7 

15 

54 

38 

9 

89 

3 

I 

4 



Total 349 



f Males — 9902 
Females 9468 
In all — '9370 



{Males ■ — 13252 
Females 12700 
In all — 25952 



Decreafcd in the Burials this Year 3245 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials^ 

From the i5ih of December 1724, to the 14th of December 1725. ^ 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, fl 



B)^ the Company of Parilh Clerks of London, &c. 



Bar. 
St A LB AN in Wood-ftreet 38 
^^ Alhallov;s Barkiii — ^§ 

1 1 

55 
o 

24 
21 
26 
50 



Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 

Alhallows the Great 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows the Lefs 

Alhallows in Lombard- ftrect 
Alkillows Staining 



Alhalloi%s on London Wall 
St AlphagencarSionColiege 4S 

St Andrew Hubbard 1 1 

St Andrew Under(baft 41 

St Andrew Wardrobe 54 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 45 

St Ann in Black Friars 145 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 15 
St Augiiftin, vulg. Aurtin — 15 
St Bartholomew hy Exchange 1 7 
Sc Benedidl, v. Bennet Fink 28 

St Bennct Gracechurch- lO 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 39 

St Bennet Shcrchog 4 

St Botolph at Billinfgatc — 1 1 

70 

9 

42 

28 

87 

'2 
27 

30 
I 



Chrift Church PariHi 

St ChriftopJjer's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 
St Dionis B:»ckchurch — — 
StDunlUn in the Eall — ~- 
St Edmund tlie King 



Gregory by St Paul's — 
Helen near Bilbopl'gate — 
JaiTics in Duke's Place — >- 
James at Garlickliithe — 
John Baptift by Dowgatc 

John the Evangeliil 

John Zachary 



Katherinc Coleman 

Kathcrine Creechurch — 
Laurence Jewry 



Bur 

59 

25 
28 

42 

23 

4 

18 

4^ 
76 

44 
12 

5 
39 



Laurence Pountney — 
Leonard in Eaftcheap 
Leonard in Fofter-lane 
Magnus by lx)ndon Bridge 34 
Marg.ii ct in Lothbury — 1 8 

Margaret Mofcs 2 

Margjrct in New Filh-ftr. 

Margaret Pattons 

Marcin Ironmonger-lane 

Martin at Ludgate 

Martin Orgars — — — 

Martin Outwich 

Martin Vintrey 

Mary Abchurch 

Mary in Aldcrmanbury — 
Mary Aldermary ■ 
Mary Ic Bow in Chcapfidc 
Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 
Mary Colcchurch 



Mary Hill by BiHinfgate 
Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
Mary Magd. Old Fifh-ftr. 



o 
J4 

»5 

28 

ID 

6 

47 
21 

18 

22 

30 

4 
o 

25 
o 



St Mary Mounthaw< 

S; Maiy Somerfct — 

Si 

Si 

S 

S 

S 

S 

Si 

S 

S 

Si 

S 

S 

Si 

S' 

s 
s 

S 

s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 

Si 

s 
s 



Bur. 

. 16 

• 44^ 



I 



Mary Staining 
Mary Woolchurch —— 
Mary Woolnoth — — 
Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

Michael Baflilhaw 

Michael in Comhill 

Michael in Crooked-lane 
Michael at Queenhithe — 23 

Michael at Quern 

Michael Royal — 

Michael in Wood-ftreet 
Mildred in Bread-ftreet — 
Mildred in the Poultry — 

Nicholas Aeons 

Nicholas Colcabby 

Nicholas Olave • 

Olave in Hart-ftreet 

Olave in the Old Jewry 
Olave in Silvcr-ftreet — 
Pancras tn Pancras-lane 

Peter in Cheapfide 

Peter in Cornhill 

Peter near Paul's Wlxarf 
Peter Poor iaJJroad-ftr. 



25 

9 

2 



I 



39 

♦ 
34 

z 

7 

39 

»9 
23 



Stephen in Coleman-ftrect 74 
Stephen in Walbrook — 21 
Swithin at London-ftone 27 
Thomas the Apoftle — 1' 

Trinity Panlh — i^ 

St Vedail, alias Fofter 2| 



St Ethelburga's Parifli 

St Faith under St Paul's — 30 S 

St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. i StMary Magd. Old Filh-ltr. 31 

St George in Botolph-lanc — 1 7 

Chrillcned in the ntnety-feven Pariftics within the Walls 1822 Buried 2607 

St Andrew in Holborn — > n 66 
St Bartholomew the Great-' 48 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 30 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 236 
St Botolph by Aldgate 843 



Bridewell Precinft — — 
St Bridget, vul^. St Bride's 350 
St Dunftan in the Weft —230 
St George in Southwark — 492 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1631 
St Olave in Southwark 848 



361 St Saviour in Southwark — 68^ 

""' St Sepulchre's Parifti y^' 

St Thomas in Southwark^ — 2( 
Trinity in the Minorics - — 
The Pcft-houfe — 



St Botolph by Bilhopfgate — 504 

Chriftcncd in the fixtecn Parifties without the Walls 6^20 Buried 8123 



»>aS- ■ 



irtft C'hurrh tn Surrey ^^57 

St DunfUn at Stepney 251 1 

St Giles in the Fields 1554 

St James at Clerkenwdl — 477 
St John at Hackney 171 



It jbhti at Wapping ' 257 

StKatherine near the Tower 209 
St Leonard in Shorcditch — 761 

St Mary at lllington 1 40 

St Mary at Lambeth 384 



raifl 



iermonc 



St Mary at Newington • 

St Mary at Rothcrliith ■ 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 905 

St Paul at Shadwell 445 



'<747J 
.274 

244 



Chriftcncd in the fifteen Out Partfhcs in Middlefex and Surrey 6890 Buried 9162 



St Margaret in Weftniinft. 1 220 
St Martin in the Fields — 1643 



St Mary Savoy intheStrandijo 
St Paul in Covcnt Garden 257 



■ -n in Weftminfter 414 

ifment Danes — 577 

it James in Weftminfter 1 390 

Chriftcncd in the feven Parilhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3S27 Burie3 56JI 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABORTIVE 8i 

Aged '2194 

Ague ^ 

Apoplexy — 108 

Atlhma — 118 

ieindden — 9 

Bf,^,ii,,a — 3 

L x 6 

B'^riTcn ^—^— — 4 

Cmc^cr — ■■ 80 

Ciiikcr 6 

ChJliTjcJ • — 263 

55 

— «9 

3240 

—658. 



Oirirotncs — 

C..v-t 

C .n 

Cough 

D:Al>ctCi — 

Drnpfy 

E^nl 

r«¥cr — — 



h Pox — 



Uwut 



— 2 

— 101/ 

— 2 

—3277 

— »3 

8 

— 85 

2 



Gravel — 

Grief ^ I 

Grij-ung in the Guts — 56 

Headmouldfhot 3 

Hooping Cough — 
Hormoehcad — 
Jaundies -^ — — 

Impofthume 

Inflammation 

Itch 



Lcprofy 

Lethargy — - 
Livtrgrown — 
Loofncfs •— - 

Lutiatick 

Meaflcj 

Megrims • — - 
.VTiltarriage — 
Mortification - 

Paify 

Pleurify ^ — - 
Purples ■ 

Quinly 

Rafh - 



Rhcumatifm — — 



53 

43 

114 

33 
1 

3 

5 

II 

4 
23 
40 
70 

I 

3 
192 

32 
29 

12 
12 

9 

26 



Rickets — 



7& 



Rifing of the Lights— 122 

Rupture ■ — 15 

St Anthony's Fire 1 

Scurvy -— 3 

Small Pax ' 3188 



Sores and Ulcers 
Spleen 



22 
3 

630 

46 

130 

Q 

83 
12 



Spotted Fever — ■'— 

Stillborn — •— 

Stone ' 

Stoppage in the Stomach 

Strangury — - 

Suddenly — 

Surfeit — 

Swelling in tlie Throat i 

Teeth — 1497 

Thrufh 8q 

Ti flick — 39« 

Twilling of the Guts 8 
Tympany — — 8 

Vomiting — 16 

Water in th« Head — 64 
Worms — -' 34 



Casualties. 

tJRokcn Leg — — 

*^ Broken Skull 

Bruifcd — 

Burnt 



Died for Want 

Drowned — • • 

Exccffive Drinking — 

Exccflive Fat 

Executed — 

Found dead — 

Frighted — 

Killed by Falls and ) 

other Accidents J 
Killed with a Sword — •' 
Made away thcmlclves 

Murdered — * 

Overlaid — 

Prels'd to Death iji a ) 

Crowd J • 

Scalded — . 1 

Stabbed ■ — 2 

Strangled — 1 

Tutal "366 



2 
I' 

5 

2 
I 

7* 

»7 
t 

»9 

43 
1 

58 
f 

59 
6 

71 



! Males — 9661 
Females 9198 
In all — 18859 



BURIED 



{Males — 
Females 
In all — 



12847 
12676 

25523 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 429 



A General 



726. 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials,. 

From the 14th of December 1725, to the 13th of December 1726. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefly,, 

By the Company of Pariih Clerks of London, Sec. 



Bur. 

St A LEAN inWood-fl:reec32 

•**■ Alhallows Barkin — 1 1 1 

Alhallows in Bread-ftrect — 10 

Alhallows the Great 51 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows the Lefs 25 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 1 1 

Alhallows Staining 3 1 

Alhallows on London Wall 60 
St Alphage near Sion College 38 



St Andrew Hvibbard — 
St Andrew Underfhaft 
St Andrew Wardrobe 



21 

64 

7> 
St Ann within Aldcrfgate — 36 

St Ann in Black Friars 175 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 1 3 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 19 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 21 
St Benedift, v. Bennet Fink 19 

St Bennet Gracechiirch 15 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf 56 

St Bennet Sherehog - 3 

St Boioiph at Billinfgate — 6 

Chrift Church Parifh 198 

St Chriftopher's Parifh 22 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 19 

St Djonis Backchurch 36 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 84 

St Edmund the King 30 

St Ethelburga's Parifh 24 



Bur. 
St Gregory by St Paul's — 54 
St Helen near Bilhopfgate — 42 
St James in Duke's Place — 32 
St James at Garlickhiihe — 44 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 
St John the Evangclift— 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 
St Laurence Jewry 



20 

4. 
18 

5-1 
18 



St Laurence Pountney 
St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 11 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 38 
St Magnusby London Bridge 28 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 26, 
St Margaret Mofcs 



St Margaret in New Filh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattens 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 



St Martin at Ludgate 



St Martin Orgars 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch — — 
St Mary inAldermanbury — 
St Mary Aldermary — — 
St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill by BillinCgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifh-ftr, 



13 

o 

15 

18 

16 

21 

6 

38 

3« 

3^ 

304 

30 

5 

o 
49 

o 

48 



St Faith under St Paul's — 46 
St Gabriel in Fcnchurch-ftr. 8 
St George in Botolph-Jane — 1 7 | 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Pariflies within the Walls 

St Andrew in Holborn — 1271 Bridewell Precind; 39 

St Bartholomew the Great-- 73 St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 352 



St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining — 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoih 

St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BafTifliaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithc — 
St Michael at Quern — — 

St Michael Royal . — 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftrect 
St Mildred in the Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftrect 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras. in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill _ . 



Bur. 
10 

^-6 



18 

7 
38: 

4^ 



451 



2: 



401 

K 
ii.l 

3^ 



St Peter near Paul's Wharf 24 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr, 2 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftrect 8 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 2 
St Swithin at Londbn-ftonc 

St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parifti 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



i 



29 



St Bartholomew the Lefs — 55 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 280 

St Botolph by Aldgate 965 

St Botolph by Biftiopfgate — 659 



St Dunftan in the Weft 272 

St George in Southwark — 615 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1779 
St Olave in Southwark — 1070 



1982 Buried 3043 

St Saviour in Southwark — 983. 

S« Sepulchre's Parifti 850 

St Thomas in Southwark — 248 

Trinity in the Minories 25 

ThePeft-houfe — 



I 



Chriftened in the fixteen Pariftics without the Walls 6157 Buried 9536 



1726, 



w 



nft Cliurch in ^\Sff^'^iyj 

i Dunftan at Stepney 2978 

Sc Giles in die Fields 1669 

St James at Clerkenwell — 643 
St John at Hackney 229 



St John at Wapping- 



■34^ 



StKatherine near the Tower 221 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 884 

St Mary at Iflington 228 

St Mary at Lambeth 4S4 



St Mary M^d. Bermondfey 48^ 

St Mary at Ncwington J54 

St Mary at Rotherhith 273 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 1 209 
St Paul at Shadweil 573 



Chriftened in the fifteen OiK Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 6919 Buried 10846 



St Ann in Weftminfter — 558 
St Clement Danes — ■ 661 
St James in Weftminfter 1498 



St Margaret in Weftminft.i22 3 
St Martin in the Fields — 1822 
St Mary le Strand 62 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand i oz. 
St Paul in Covent Garden 29^ 



Chrillencd in the fcvcn Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3750 Buried 6222 



ABORTIVE 
Aged 

Ague 




DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



anfumption - 
Conrulfion — 

Cough 

Cnmp — 

Dubctes 

[Jropfy -^ - 
tvil ■ 



Tailing Sickncfs 

Fei-cr — 

riflula 



Gout 

Gravel — 
Grief 



Griping in the Guts— 
Headmouldlhot ■ 
Hooping Cough — — 
Horflioehead ^— ^— 
Jaundies ■' ■ - — 

Impofthume — • 

Itch 



iux 



FtCiKfa Pox — 



Leprofy ■ — 

Lethargy — — 

Livergrown — 

Loo£he(s — - ■ — — 
Lunatick — ■■ 

Malignant Fever - — 

Meafles 

Mifcatriage — ^^— 
Mortification — ^-^— 
Pain in the Head - ■ 

Palfy 

Planet-ftruck — 
Pleurify 
Purples — 
Quinfy 
Ralb 



4666 Pleurify — — — 53 Tympany — 10 

15 Purples — — — . 12' Vomiting — igl 

I nJQuinfy — — ■ ■ ■ 4' Water in the Head — 771 

82I Ralh — — . 5 Worms 52! 



32 

2 

18 

58 

37 

37 
140 

37 
3 
3 
7 

»3 

5« 

35 

I 

256 
I 

216 
a 

3+ 
I 

53 

12 

I 

4 
5 



Rheumatifm — 
Rickets 



Riling of the Lights- 
Rupture 

St Anthony's Fire — 

Scald Head - 

Scurvy — 
Small Pox 



40 

187 

72 

18 

5 
I 



Sores and Ulcers 

Spleen 

Spotted Fever — 

Stillborn 

Stone — 



—1569 
■ 17 

-4 

609 

51 

Stoppage in the Stomach j 83 

Strangury — 2 

Suddenly — 1 1 1 

Surfeit -^^^— — 9 
Swelling — ■ ■ - 1 

Teeth 2058 

Thrufh 112 

Tiflick — 476 

Twilting of the Guts 21 

Tympany — 10 

Vomiting 
Water ir 
Worms 



Casualtiei. 

BRoken Leg — — 
Broken Skull 

Bruifed — 

Buriu 

Drowned — — — 
Exccflive Drinking — 

Executed — 

Found dead 

Frighted ■■ — 

Killed by feveral Ac- ) 
cidents $ 

Killed by phyficallyl 
taking the Powder > 
of a poifonousHerb -^ 
Made away themfelvcs 
Murdered — — 
Overlaid — ■- 
Scalded — — - - 

Shot 

Stabbed — 



3 

I 

3 

2 

98 

2S 

2r 

I 

46 



59 

9 

67 

I 
I 



Total 376. 



! Males — 9605 
Females 9203 
In all— 18808 



[Males — 15030 
Females 14617 
In all — 29647 



Incrcafed in the Burials this Year 4124 



A Genera) 



^|k 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 14th of December 1726, to the 12th of December 1727. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefly, 

By the Company of Parifh Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LBAN in Wood-frreet 3 1 
•**• Alhallows Barkin — 97 
Alhallows in Brcad-ftreet -— 9 
Alhallows the Great— — ■ — 62 
Alhallows in Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows the Lefs 30 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 30 

Alhallows Staining 28 

Alhallows on London Wall 46 
St AlphagcnearSionCollege 39 

St Andrew Hubbard 15 

St Andrew Underfliaft 54 

St Andrew Wardrobe 66 

St Ann within Akk-rfgate — 54 
St Ann in Black Friars— — 149 
St Andiony» vulg. Antholin 9 
St Auguftin, vulg Auftin — 19 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 23 
St Bcnedift, v. Bcnnet Fink 1 7 

St Bchnct Gracechurch 8 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf— 47 

St Bcnnet Sherehog 3 

St Botolph at Billinfgate ■ — 4 

Chrift Church Parifh 203 

St Chriftophcr's Parifh 15 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 19 

St Dionis Backchurch 2 3 

St Dunftan in the Eaft -—79 

St Edmund the King 2 1 

St Ethelburp;a's Parifh a 6 



Bur. 
St Gregory by St Paul's — 52 
St Helen near Bifhopfgate— 37 
St James in Duke's Place — 29 
St James at Garlickhithe — 43 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 
St John the Evangelift— — 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman *■■ ■ 
St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney •*- — 
St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane— 
St Magnus by London Bridge 29 
St Margaret in Lotlibury — 39 

St Margaret Mofes — ' 

St Margaret in New Filh-ftr. 
St Margaret Pattons 



3i 
3 

49 
70 
39 

18 

8 
30 



St Martin Ironmonger-lane 
St Martin at Ludgate — • — 
St Martin Orgars •— — — ■ 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey — • 

St Mary Abchurch 



St Mary Mounthaw — — 

St Mary Somerfet — 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch ■ 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew in Friday-ftrcet 
St Michael Baflifhaw 



7 
o 

»9 
14 
34 
II 

14 
38 
21 
28 
27 
St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 24 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 4. 

St Mary Colechurch o 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 26 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. o 
St Mary Magd. Old Filh-ftr. 2 6 



Baft 

9 

48 
II 
o 
29 
14 

33 

St Michael in Cornbill 17 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 3^ 
St Michael at Qiicenhithe — 26 
St Michael at Qiicm ^— »— — a* 
St Michael Royal — -t^ iS 
St Michael in Wood-ftreet— 1 1 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet — 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 
St Nicholas Aeons 



St Nicholas Cohrabby 
St Nicholas Olave — 



St Mary in Aldcrmanbury- 
St Mary Aldermary 



St Faith under St Paul's — 42 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 8 
St George in Botolph-lane — 21 

Chriftened in the ninety- levcnPariflies within the Walls 1843 Buried 2754 



St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhitl 

St Peter near Paul's Wliarf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas die Apoftle 

Trinity Parifh 

St Vcdaft, alias Foftcr 



14- 
38 

4 

8 

iz 

43 
4 

34 
7 
5 

41 

25 

^5 

16 

'J 
20 

36 



Sc Andrew in Holborn — 1219 
St Bartholomew the Great-- 64 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 26 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 26S 
St Botolph by Aldgatc — — 960 
St Botolph by Biflioprgatc-— 620 



Bridewell Precind 



40 



St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 333 

St Dunftan in the Weft J 99 

St George in Southwark —459 
St Giles by Cripplcgate — 1796 
St Olave in Southwark 921 



I 



St Saviour in Southwark — 748 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 788 

St Thomas in Southwark — 270 
Trinity in the Minories — 2 a 
The Peft-houfc — 



Chriftencd in the fucteen Parifties without tiie Walls 5933 



Buried 8733 



Chrid Chvirch in Svirrfy —225 
Sc Dunllaii at Stepney— —3 1 50 

St Giles in the Fields 1623 

St James at Clerkenwell — 578 
St John at Hackney 237 



X7I7. 

St John atWapping 370 

St Katherine near the Tower 2 1 6 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 962 
St Mary at Iflington — — 246 
St Mary at Lambeth 487 



St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 501 

St Mary at Ncwington ^341 

St Mary at Rothernith 325 

St Mary in "Whitechapel- 
St Paul at ShadwcU 



■1161 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 6j6^ Buried 1 1 153 



St Ann in Weftminfter 512 

St Clement Danes — 601 

St James in Weftminfter — 1421 



St Margaret in Weftminft. 1 265 
St Martin in the Fields— 1560 
St Mary le Strand ■ 45 



St Mary Savoy in the Strand 1 1 y 
St Paul in Covent Garden 257- 



Chriftened in the eight Parilhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3713 Buried 5778 
DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABORTIVE 
Aged 

^«Aguc — 

Ipoplexy — 
fAfthma — — 

Bedridden 

Bleeding — — 
Bloody Flux — 
Burften 



.anccr 
banker 
hlldbed 
[Tolick 



— 62 
— 2516 

— II 

— 82 

— 136 

— 7 

— 4 

— 24 

— I 

— 49 

— 7 
— 221 

— 117 

— 3340 

— ti231 

15 

- — 2 

^cd — 3 

[^"Jailing Sickiiefs -^— 

Tc*cr — — 4728 

FiAuta 9 

tFlux ■ 16 

French Pox — 77 

Gout ' 31 



Xolick — 
Confumption 



ruUion — 



Headmouldfliot 
Hooping Cough 
Horfhochead — 
Jaundies 



Gravel — ^-^ — i 
Grief 12 

Griping in the Guts — 517 

35 

67 

IS 

133 
34 
12 

2 

9 

5 
87 
37 

5 
72 

4 

202 
2 

39 
I 

40 

12 

9 

6 



Impofthume — 
Inflammation — 

Leprofy 

Lethargy — — 
Livergrown — 

Loofnofs 

Lunatick — — 



Malignant Fever 

Mcafles — 

Mifcarriagc — — — 

Mortification 

Pain in the Head — — 

Pally . 

Planet-ftruck 

Pleurify 

Purples — ■ 

Quinfy ■ ■ - "^ ■ 
RaQi 



Rheumatifm — 31 



Rickets 

Rifing of the Lights- 
Rupture — 

Scald Head - 

Scurvy ■ — 

Small Pox — — 

Sores and Ulcers 

Spleen 

Spotted Fever ' 

Stillborn 

Stone 



Stoppage in the Stomach 

Strangury 

Suddenly 

Surfeit 

Swelling — ■ 

Teeth 

Thrulh . - 

Tiflick 



114 

53 

IS 

1 

I 

2379 
32 

5 

102 

528 

47 

5 
106 

4 

3 

1772 
106 

3-6 
I 



Twifling of the Guts 

Tympany — 

Vapours — — - ■ — I 

Vomiting — 30 

Water in the Head — 6S 

Worms — — — — 26 



Casualties. 

BRoken Leg ^ — 
Bruifed 

Burnt — — — — ■ 
Drowned — 



Exceflive Drinking — 

Executed — — 

Found dead — — 
Frighted — — — 
Killed by the Fall of ? 

old Houfes > 

Killed by feveral o- J 

ther Accidents y 
Made away ihemfclves 
Murdered — ■ 

Overlaid 

Prcfs'd to Death in a 1 

Crowd — J 
Scalded j ■ — 

Stabbed — ■ 

Suffocated — ^ — 



t 

5 

2 
89. 
16 
II 

43 
2 



47 
86 



I 
2 
2 



Total 375^ 



("Males — 9241 
CHRISTENED U^males 9011 



tin all 18252 
Decreafed in the Burials this Year 1229 



f Males — 14104 
Females 143 14 
In all — 2841! 



Z2 



A General 



172.8. 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the i ith of December 1727, to the loth of December 1728. 

According to die Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty 
By the Company of Parifh Clerks of London 



&c. 



i 



Bar. 

Sc A LEAN in Wood-llreet 27 
-^^ Alhallows Barkin — 70 
. Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 13 

Alhallows the Great < — 61 

Alhallows in Honey-lane- — ■ o 

Alhallows the Lcfs 25 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 21 

Alhallows Staining 19 

Alhallows on London Wall 40 
St Alphage nearSion College 39, 

St Andrew Hubbard 14 

St Andrew Underrtiaft 39 

St Andrew Wardrobe 67 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 36 

St Ann in Black Friars 167 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 5 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 22 
St Bartholomew byExchangc 21 
St Benedift, v. Bonnet Fink 1 7 
St Bennct Gracechurch ■ i 7 

1 

5 
J 85 

21 

20 

30 
80 

7.1 

30 

39 
20 

16 



St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church Pari(h 

St Chriftopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft — — 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethclburga's Parifh 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lanc — 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Bilhopfgate— 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift • 

St John Zachary ■ — 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountncy 



Bur. 
60 

25 

31 

25 

3' 
6 

21 

% 
79 
42 
14 
12 

3' 



St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Foftcr-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 48 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 1 9 

St Margaret Moles 6 

St Margaret in New Filh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich • 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch 



o 
16 

J4 

30 
22 

20 

25 
24 

37 
18 



St Mary in Aldermanbury — • 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 3 1 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 5 

St Mary Colechurch o 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 37 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. o 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifli-ftr. 29 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somerfet — 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Baflifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill - — — 
St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe— 

St Michael at Quern 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet — 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silvcr-ftreet — — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parifh — 

ScVedaft, alias Fofter 



Bar. 
9 

25 

3 

52 

41 

3« 



5 
1 

4 
49 
15 

24 
48: 
I 

23 
II 

3« 
28 






Chrjftched in the nincty-ieven Parifhes within the Walls 1574 Buried 2793 



Bridewell Precin<fl — 



35 



St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 387 



the 



St Andrew in Holborn — i 245 
St Bartholomew the Great -- 45 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 35 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 248 

Sf Botolph by Aldgatc 833 

St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 564 

Chriftcncd in the fixteen Parifhcs without the Walls 5570 



St Dunftan in the Weft — 262 
St George in Southwark — 592 
St Giles by Crippleecate — 1 



— 1694 



n Southwark 877 



St Saviour in Southwark — 888 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 784 

St Thomas in Southwark — 371 

Trinity in the Minories 34 

The Peft-houfc 



Buried 8894 



I 



thrift Church In Surrey —113 

St Dunrtan at Stepney 2 812 

St Giles in the Fields 1481 

St James at Clerkenwell — 621 
St John at Hackney 2 1 7 



I72I 
St John at Wapping- 



-324 



Sc Katherine near the Tower 198 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 858 
St Mary at Iflington 269 



St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 5 1 6 
St Mary acNewington 382 



St Mary at Rothcihith 310 

J _ g, _„^ St Mary in Whitcchapel — 10S5 

St Mary at Lambeth 553 1 St Paul at Shadwcil ——023 



Chriftened in the fifteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 6027 Buried 10462 



St Ann in Weftminfter — 463 
St Clement Danes ———582 
St James in Wellminfter 1409 



St Margaret inWeftminft. 1 145 
St Martin in the Fields — 1600 
St Mary ie Strand 1 06 



The Precinft of the Savoy 73 
St Paul in Covent Garden 283 



Chriftened in the tight Parilhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3481 Buried 5661 



rA BORTIVE. 
S\ Aged - — 
Ague 
Apoplexy — 
Alfhma — — 
Bedridden — ■ 
Bleeding — — 

lloody Flux 

' ncer — — 

Canker 

Chicken Pox — 
Childbed — — 
Colick 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



I Ble 
Ulo 

Ka: 



- 55 

-27b8 

- 44 

- 73 

- 156 

- 14 

- 3 

- 23 

- 49 

- 16 

I 

- 216 

- 7« 



CoDCu/Eun of the Brain i 

Konfumption 3491 
onvulfion 7517 
ough 5 
iabetes — 3 

i^fopfy 1125 

Evil 35 

Fever 47 1 6 

Fiftula 10 

Flux 14 

French Pox - — — — j 1 3 
Gout 39 



Gravel 
Grief 



4 
'3 



Griping in the Guts — 433 
HeadmouldHiot 
Hooping Cough 
Horflioehead - 
Jaundies 



Impofthumc — 
Inflammation — 

Itch • 

Leproly - - — 
LfCthargy ■ 
Livergrown — 

Loofnefs - 

Lunatick 



Malignant Fever 
Meafles — — 

Mifcarriage 

Mortification — 

Pally 

Pleurify — — 
Purples ■ 
Quinfy — — 
RaOi 



Rheumatifm 



{Males — 
Females 
In all — 



I- 

' Under Two Years of A ge 9851 
Between Two and Five — • 2407 

Five and Ten — 1038 

Ten and Twenty 950 



40 
21 
28 
132 
28 
4 
3 
8 

'3 

10 

33 
26 

2 
82 

I 
238 
28 
48 
10 
II 

2 
25 



Rickifts ' ' - - '■ 103^ 

Rifmg of the Lights — 41 
Rupture — 12 



St Anthony's Fire — 

Scald Head 

Scurvy 

Small Pox 



Sores and Ulcers 
Spleen — — 
Spotted Fever — 

Stillborn 

Stone 



Stoppage in the Stomach 

Strangury — 

Suddenly — ■ — — 

Surfeit — 

Swelling • - 

Teeth - 

Thrufh — 

Tiflick 

Twilling of the Guts 

Tympany — 

Vomiting — - 
Water in the Head — 
Worms — 



6 

5 

3 
2105 

36 

3 

94 

533 

43 

147 

4 

lOI 

8 

X 

456 

j6 

iS 

6 

73 
31 



Casualtie 

DRokcn Limbs 

O Bruifcd 

Burnt — 



Died for Want 

Died by the Bite of 1 

a mad Doj ] 

Drowned • — — 



Excefllvc Dunking — 

Executed 

Found dead — 

Frighted — 



Killed by Falls and ; 
otlicr Accidents J 
Made away themfelves 
Murdered — ■ 

Overlaid — 

Poifoned — -^ — 

Scalded • — 

Subbed 

Total 



7 7- 

44 
2 

47 

59 
t> 

1 

4 
I 

397 



8498 
16652 



f Males — 13538 
Females 14272 
In all — 27810 



Dccreafed in the Burials this Year 608 



"Wlicreof have died, 

Twenty and Thirty 2254 

Thirty and Forty 2490 

Forty and Fifty 2624 

Fifty and Sixty — — — 2123 



Sixty and Seventy - 1863 

Seventy and Eighty 1290 

Eighty and Nmety 785 

Ninety and upwards— — 135 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the loth of December 1728, to the 9th of December 1729. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks- of London, &c. 




Bur. 



St A LEAN in Wooa-ftreet 32 

-^ Alhallows Barkin — 66 

Lihallows in Brcad-llreet — 

rAlhallows the Great 



Alhallows in Honey-lane ■ 
Alhallows the Lels 



Alhallows in Lombard-ftrcet 
Alhallows Staining 



II 

64 
o 
28 

23 

26 



Alhallows on London Wall 37 
St AJphage near Sion Col lege 44 

St Andrew Hubbard 13 

St Andrew Underfliaft 45 

St Andrew Wardrobe 43 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 50 

St Ann in Black Friars 171 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 1 1 
St Augiiftin, vulg. Auftin — 1 7 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 26 
St Bencdi«5t, v. Bennet Fink 26 
St Bennet Gracechurch 



St Bennet at Paul's Wharf— 

St Benntt Shcrehog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 
Chrift Church Parifh - 
Sc Chriftophcr's Parifti- 
St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch • 

St Dunftan in the Eall 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Pariih - — 
St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 



7 

1 

y 

217 

20 

»7 
30 

79 

27 
28 

36 

«4 

9 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Bifhopi'gate — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St Jolin the Evangelift 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney -- - 
St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane-r- 
St Magnus byLondonBridge 50 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 28 

St Margaret Mofes 7 

o 

16 

8 

22 

22 

8 

34 
20 

46 
28 



Bur. 

78 
>5 
40 

37 

17 

4 

20 

47 
85 
48 
12 
10 
29 



St Margaret in New Fifli-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgatc 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwjch 

St Martin Vintrcy -• 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary in Aldermanbury — 
Sc Mary Aldcrmary 



St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 26 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 3 

Sc Mary Colechurch o 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 46 
St Mary Magd, in Milk-ilr. o 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifli-ftr. 33 

St Mary Mounthaw 1 7 

Chrillened in the ninety-feven Parilhes within the Walls 



Mary Somerfet — — — 36. 

Mary Staining — 21 

Mary Woolchurch o 

Mary Woolnoth • — — 19 
Matthew in Friday-ftreet 10 

Michael Baflifhaw 36 

Michael in Cornhill 22 

Michael in Crcx)kcd-iane 34 
Michael at Queenhithe — 3;^ 

— 14 

— II 



Michael at Quern 

Michael Royal — 

Michael in Wood-ftrect 



Mildred in Bread-ftreet — 
Mildred in the Poultry — 

Nicholas Aeons 

Nicholas Coleabby 

Nicholas Olave 

Olave in Hart-ftreet 

Olave in the Old Jewry 
Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
Pancras in Pancras-lane 
Peter in Cheapfide — ^ 
Peter in Cornhill — — — 
Pfeter near Paul's Wharf 20 
Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 12 
Peter ad Vincula — — 14. 
Stephen in Colcman-ftreetioi 
Stephen in Walbrook — 14. 
Swithin at London-ftonc 20 
Thomas the Apoftle 
Trinity Parifli — 



I 



2 

4 

»9 

9 

49 
4 

5» 
3 
4 

4» 



StVedaft, alias Fofter 



17 

iS 

26> 



Burled 2826 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1447 
St Bartholomew the Great-- 67 
St Barcholomew the Lefs — 2 5 
St Botolp)» by Alderfgate — 245 
St Botolph by Aldgate 906 



Bridewell Precindt — ■ ■ 36 
Sc Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 339 
St Dunftan in the Weft — 243 
St George in Southwark — 536 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1771 
St Olave in Southwark 936 

Chrillened in the fixtecn Pariihes without the Walls 5504 



St Botolph by Bi.'hopfgare — 585 



1703.- 

St Saviour in Southwark — 883 
St Sepulchre's Parifli 866 



Sc Thomas in Southwark — 352 

Trinity in the Minories 37 

The Peft-houfe — 



Buried 9284 



»rift Church In Surrey —126 
?hri(lChurchinSpital-fields355 
St Dunftan at Stepne y - 2327 

St Giles in the Fields 1650 

St George in the Eaft '374 
St George by Hanover-fqu. 78 
Sc George by Queen's fquare 227 



i7a9 

St James at Clerkenwell — 61 1 
St John at Hackney 



200 



St John at Wapping 365 

StKatherine near the Tower 249 
St Leonard inShorcditch — 814 
St Mary at Iflington 2 1 1 



St Mary at Lambeth — — 47S 
St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 582 

St Mary at Newingron 353 

St Mary at Rotherhith 300 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 1307 



St Paul at Shadwell 



Chriilencd in the nineteen Out Pari (hcs in Middlefcx and Surrey 6403 Buried 11 247 



St Ann in Weftminfter --^"517 

St Clement Danes ^- 695 

St James in \Veftminftcr 1 5S0 



St Margaret in Weftniinft. 1276 
St Martin in the Fields — 1283 
St Mary le Strand 107 



The Precindt of the Savoy 
St Paul in Covent Garden 



538 



99 

2 :7 



Chriftened in the eight Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3448 Buried 6^6'j 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



SORTIVE 

Aged 

jplexy, Planct- 
Iruck, and 
jjcnly 
Ihma and Tiflick — 
edriJJcn — ' 
Iced ins ■ — 



Planet- 1 
ind Sud- > 



- 55 
.2681 

182 



Boodv Flux 



BuHleii and Rupture- 
Cancer -*- — 

^inkcc 

Mildbcd 

9jd 

olick and Twifting ) 
of the Guts — J 



./Ou 



nfumption 

anvulfion — 

h, Chincougho 
and I 

looping Cough J 

JiabetCb — 

Jropfy - 
Ivil s — 



657 
3 

2J 

26 

55 

2C 

244 

2 

91 

J544 
»359 

35 



^1049 
-^ 3b 



Fcver,MaUgnant Fe 
ver. Spotted Fever 
and Purples 

Fiftula 

Flux 



itFe-1 
^ever, i 



French Pox — ■- 

Gout ■ 

Gravel, Stone, and i 
Strangury — J 

Grief 

Griping in the Guts — 

Headmuldlhot, Hor-^ 

fliochead, and Wa- t 

tcr in the Head J 

Jaundies 

Impofthumc 

Inflamm:ttion 

Itch 

Lethargy — 

Livcrgrown ' — — 
Loolncls ■«*- - -■ 

Lunatick . — 

Meafles 



MiTcarriage — 
Mortification - 



5135 

■ 10 

• 17 

105 

43 
42 

19 
446 

107 

119 

27 

4 

5 

5 

II 

27 

41 

41 

6 

227 



Pain in the Head ■ 

Palfy . 

PleuriCy — • 

Quin(y -. — 

Rafh 

Rheumatifm •*— — 

Rickets -^^ 

Rifmg of the Lights — 



St Anthony's Fire 

Scurvy 

Small Pox 

Sores and Ulcers 
Spleen ■ — — 
Stillborn — ' — 



7 
3« 
77 
i4 

5 

17 
1 02 

36 

4 

2 

2849 

•;6 



^ 497 
Stoppage in thcStomach 258 
Surfeit ■ •— 4 

Swelling ' 2 

Swine Pox — — ^— 1 
— ^1629 
5+ 



Teeth — — 

ThrulTi ■ 

Tympany — 

Vomiting — 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 
Worms ^— — — 



II 

9 

3 

24 



Casualtie 



DRoken Limbs 



Bruifcd 
Burnt 



Died for Want • 

Died by the cutting 1 
off their Limbs J 

Drowned — 

FxcelTive Drinking — 

Executed •^- 

Found dead — — — 
Killed by Falls and* 
re\>eral other Acci- \ 
dents — J 

Killed with a Sword — 
Made away thcmfelves 

Murdered — 

Oveilaid — ■ 

Scalded -*• ' 

Smothered — ■ 

Stabbed — 

Strangled — 



9 



77 
24 
1 1 

51 



50 
4 

87 
S 

4 

r 
I 



Total 405 



{Males — 8736 
Females 8324 
In all — 1 7060 



(Males — 14898 
Females 14824 
In all — 29722 



Incrcafed in the Burials this Year 17 12 
Whereof have died. 



fnder Two Years of Age 10735 
:tween Two and Five — 2516 



Five and Ten — 
Ten and Twenty 



Twenty and Thirty ■ 
Thirty and Forty — 

10^6'. Forty and Fifty — 

599 [ Fifty and Sixty 



2371 
27S4 
2698 

^33^ 



Sixty and Seventy-' 

Seventy and Eighty — 

Eighty and Ninety 

Ninety and upwards 



1938 

769 
143 
A General 




1730* 
A General BILL of all the Chrlftenlngs and Burials^ 

From the 9th of December 1729, to the 15th of December J 730 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty 
By the Company of Parifti Clerks oi' London, &c. 






But. 



Sr A LEAN inWood-ftrcet 26 

•**• Alhallows Barkin — 
Alhallows in Brcad-ftreet — 
Alhallows the Great 



92 

13 

59 
o 

»7 



Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows the Lefs 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 1 7 

21 
56 

37 
21 

43 
46 



Alhallows Staining — 
Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 

St Andrew Underfhaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 47 

St Aon in Black Friars 161 

St Anthony, viilg. Antholin 8 
St AugiifVin, vulg. Auftin — 18 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 26 
St Benedict, v, Bennet Fink 20 

St Bennet Gracechurch 13 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf 44 

St Bennet Sherchog - 1 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 7 

Chrift Church Parifh 168 

St Chriftophcr's Parifh • 

St Clement near Eaftchcap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunllan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethel bvirga's Pari/h 

St Faith under St Paul's — 



19 
18 

33 
76 

21 

21 

38 
II 

20 



St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr 
St George in Botolph-lane — 

Chrillened in the ninety-eight Pariihes within the Walls 



Bar. 
St Gregory by St Paul's — 72 
St Helen near Billiopfgate — J3 
St James in Duke's Place — 27 
Sc James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgatc 

St John the Evangtlift 

St John Zachary 



St Mary Somerfet — 
St Mary Staining 



Bu 



St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



22 



St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney — — 
St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — ■ 
St Magnus by London Bridge 42 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 21 

St Margaret Mofcs — i • 

St Margaret in New Fifh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Jronmonger- lane 

St Martin at Ludgate • 

St Martin Orgars 



St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrcy 

St Mary Abchurch — — 
St Mary in Aldermanbury — 
St Mary AWermary — — 
St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 
St Mary Colechurch — : — 
St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr, 
St Mary Magd. Old Filh-llr. 
St Mary Mounthaw 



23 

27 St Matthew in Friday-ftrect 

1 St Michael Baflilhaw 

2wSc Michael in Cornhill 

50 St Michael in Crooked-lane 

59 St Michael at Queenhithe — 

38 St Michael at Quern 

L9 St Michael Royal 

10 St Michael in Wood-ftreet 

St Mildred in Bread'- ftroec 

St Mildred in the Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons • — 

3 iSt Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave • 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 

St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 

St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

Sc Peter in Cheapfide — 

Sc Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 

St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 

St Peter ad Vincula — — 

St Stephen in Coleman-ftrcet 

St Stephen in Walbrook — - 

Sc Swithin at London-ftonc 

Sc Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parilh 

ScVedaft, alias Fofter 



23 

10 

23 
12 

9 

35 
21 

33 
26 

32 

r. 7 
o 

29 

o 

31 

II 



58 

27- 

o 

16 

28l 

18 

»5 

It 






2 

i 



52 

8 

29, 



3< 

6j 

14 

la 

10 
20 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1 1 42 

St Bartholomew the Great— 52 

St Bartholomew the Lefs — 36 

'St Botolph by Aldcrfga-e — 248 

Sr Botolph by Aldgate 827 

St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 638 



Bridewell Precinft — 33 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 321 

St Dunftan in the Weft 183 

Sc George in Southwark — 377 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1562 
St Olave in Southwark 829 



1564 Buried 2654 " 

St Saviour in Southwark —77* 

St Sepulchre's Parifli 740 

St Thomas in Southwark — 27^ 
Trinity in the Minories — «< 
The Pell:- houfe — 



Cliriilencd in the lixteen Pariihes without the Walls 5585 



Buried 8056.. 



St Ann at timcnoufc ■ 49 
Chrift Church in Surrey — 261 
ChrirtChurchinSpital-fields683 

St Dunftan at Stepney 1 160 

St Giles in the Fields 1403 

St George in the Eaft 792 



730- 

t James at Clcrkenwell -—529 

St John at Hackney 209 

St John atWapping 330 

StKatherine near the Tower 206 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 810 
St Mary at Iflington 193 



St Mary Magd. Bermondfey ^^'^ 

St Mary at Newington 295 

St Mary at Rotherhith 321 

St Mary in Whitcchapel — 1 184 
St Paul at Shadwell 487 



St George by Queen's fquare 196 

Chriftened in the nineteen Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 6082 Buried 10076 



St Ann in Weftminllcr — 479 
St Clement Danes — 545 

St George by Hanover-fqu.521 



St James in Weftminfter 1 300 
St Margaret in Weftminft.i 1 97 
St Martin in the Fields — 1495 



Chriftened in the nine Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3687 Buried 5975 



St Mary le Strand 



■*7 

The Precinft of the Savoy 8g 

St Paul in Covcnt Garden 238 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABORTIVE. 
Aged 

Ague 



• 52 
.1971 
- 16 



Apoplexy and Suddenly 238 
Aflhma and Tiffick — 403 
Bedridden — — — 9 
Bleeding — ■ 3 

Bloody Flux 



iriuing > 



Burden and Rupture- 
Cancer — • 
Canker ■ ■■■■ ■ 

Childbed — 

Colicic and Twifting ; 

of the Guts 
Confumpcion 

Convulfion — 

Cough, Chincough, ) 

afloHoopingCough J 

Diabetes — 

Dropfy — 
Evil 



19 

13 

7' 
ro 

266 

65 

3728 
8023 

152 

3 
934 



Flux — ^— ■ 
French Pox — ■ 

Gout — — ^— 
Gravel, Stone, and ) 
Strangury — J 

Grief 

Griping in the Guts — 
Headmoidlhot, Hor- 
flioehead, and Wa- 
ter in the Head 
Jaundies — ^— ^ 
Impofthume — — 

Inflammation 

Lamenefs — — 
Leprofy ■ 



1 



28 

108 

45 

49 

n 
382 

104 

122 

33 

7 
1 



Falling Sicknefs 
Fever jMalignantFe- y 
vcr. Spotted Fever, Won 
and Purples J. 
Fiilula — — 17 




Lethargy — — n 

Livergrown — 3 

Lunatick — — 

Meafles — 

Mifcarriage — — 



3c Mortification 



Overflowing of the Gall 

Pain in the Head 

Palfy 

Pleurify — 

Quinfy -■ L-- 



29 
311 

7 

232 

I 

I 

29 



12 



Ralh 8 

Rheumatifm — — 30 

Rickcti — 85 

Rifing of the Lights — 27 

St Anthony's Fire 3 

Scald Head — 1 

Scurvy — 3 

Small Pox 



Sores and Ulcers 

Spleen 

Stillborn 



— 1914I 

— 35 

— 3 
582 



Stoppage in the Stomach 229 
Surfeit ■ — 5 

Swelling — — ■ " — ■ 2 

Teeth 1585 

Thrufli — — 51 

Tympany — — " — 9 
Vomiting and Loofnefe 49 
Worms — — — - 15 






CAtVALTllS, 

BRoken Leg — — 
Bruifed — 

Burnt 

Died by the Bite of? 

a mad Dog — J 
Died by drawingaTooth 
Died by the Bite of aCat 

Drowned — 

Exccflive Drinking — 

Executed — 

Found dead - ■ 

Frighted 

Killed by Falls and; 

feveral other 

dents 
Made away themfclves 

Murdered — 

Overlaid ~- 

Poifoncd ^r .-- ■- . _ 
Scalded - r,- . 

Smothered — ■■ 
Starved ■ i.— — . 



Falls and! 
ther Acci- r 



3 

2 

9 



t 

I 

I 
62 



86 

I 
2 

3 

I 



Total 407 



[Males — 8606 
Females 8512 
In all — 17118 



BURIED 



r Males — 
< Females 



Under Two Years of Age 10368 
Between Two and Five — 2448 

Five and Ten 1092 

Ten and Twenty—— 901 
^Twcst/ and Thirty •-»• 2048 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 

Whereof have died. 
Thirty and Forty — 247 1 
Forty and Fifty •— 2373 
Fifty and Sixty — — 1713 
Sixty and Scrcnty— 1577 



(.In all 
2961 



Seventy and Eighty— 1 00 1 
Eighty and Ninety — 622 
Ninety and a Hundred 138 
A Handled and One— 2 



13306 

^3455 



A a 



— 26761 



A Hundred and Two — 1 

A Hundred and Three— z 

A Hundred and Four — 3 

A Hundred and Five — 1 

A General 



A General B I L L of all the Chriftenings and Burij 

From the 15th of December 1730, to the 14th of December 1731. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifh Clerks of London, &c. 



Bar. 

St A LB AN in Wood-ftreet 2 1 

-*^ Alhallows Barkin — 65 

Alhallows in Bread-ftrcet • — 15 

Alhallows the Great^ 52 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows the Lcfs • — 20 

Alhallows in Lombard- ftrect 15 

Alhallows Staining 24 

Alhallows on London Wall ^9 
St Alphage near Sion College 59 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 11 

St Andrew Underfhaft 38 

Bt Aodrew Wardrobe 64 

Bt Ann within Alderlgate — 36 

St Ann in Black Friars 141 

J>t Anthony« vulg. Antholin i 2 
St Augiiftin, vulg Aiiftin — 14 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 21 
St Bt-nedift, Vi Bcnnct Fink 22 

Ss Bcnnet Graccchurch 10 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharfs— 3 1 

S^ Bennet Sberehog -^ ^ 

St Botolph at Billinlgate — 6 

Chrvft Ctwirch PariJh 1 1 7 

St Chriftopher's Parifh - — i«5 
St Clement near Eaftcheap 1 4 
§t Dionis Backchwrch -^ — 28 
St Dunftan b clie Fall - — ■ 4S 
St Edinuod the Kiog ■ 1 6 

St F.thelburga's Parifh — 2 



Bnr. 
St Gregory by St Paul's — 48 
St Helen near Bifhoplgate — 26 
St James in Duke's Place — 24 
Sc James at Garlickhithe — 18 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 3 1 

St John the Evangelift 1 

St John Zathary • — 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katlierine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney 



39 
% 

9 
29 



St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane-i- 
St Magnus by London Bridge 42 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 21 

St Margaret Mofcs 

St Margaret in New Fi{h-ftr. 
St Margaret Pattons- 
St Martin 



Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martiii Orgars — 



St Martin Ourwich — 
St Martin Vintrey — 
St M'ary Abchurch 



St Mary in Aldermanbury- 
St Mary Aldermary ■ 



St Mary le Bow in Cbeapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 
St Mary Colechurch 



St Mary Hill by Billinlgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifli-ftr. 



. _ -J 

Sr Faith under St Paul's — 34 

'St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 12 

St George in Botolph-lane — 14 

Chriftencd in. the ninety- fevenParifhcs within the WaHa 1593 Buried 2346 



3 
o 

12 
10 
22 
14 

to 

29 

36 

^9 
23 

10 

o 

36 
o 

27 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somcrfet — 
St Mary Staining — 
St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



Bur, 
ta 

43 

iS 

o 

22 

ti 

3» 

24 

34, 



St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Bafllfliaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane ^^ ^ 
St Michael atQueenhtthe — 2$H 

St Michael at Qviern 11™ 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred in Bread-ftrcet— 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons •- 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olavc in Hart-ftreec 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Chcapfide 

St Peter in CornhiO 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor io Broad- ftr. 
Sc Stephen in Cdeman-ftrcet 
St Stephen inWalbrook — 
St Switbirr an London-ftone 

Sc Thomas the ApoflTe 

Trinity Parifh 

St Vedart, alias Foftcr —— 



St Andrew in Holtiorn — 1 233 
St Bartholomew the Great-- 57 
^t Bartliolomew' the Lefs.-»- 34 
St B< ■ Jerlgate — 229 

St Bi.-.. :-,-.. :., ..idgare-i 850 

St Botolph by Bifhopfgatc — 525 



BridewcU PrecinA — — ■ 2 7 
St Bridgctj vulg. St Bride's 298 
St Dunitan in tl>e Weft - — i'S8 
St George in Southvmrk — 368 
St Giles by Cripplegate — 1585 
'St OlUve in Southwark-- 937 



St Savidur in Southwark —761 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 663 , 

Sc Thomas in Soiichwark*~2<v* J 
Triniry in the Minories — zc 
The Pcft-houfe — 



j;rhriftcned in the fixteen Parifhcs witliout the Walls 5809 



Buried 8036 



5t Ann at Lmrehourc 184 

Clirift Church in Surrey — a 09 
Chrift Church inSpiul-fields 576 

St Dunftan at Stepney 1009 

St Giles in the Fkidt •• ■ 945 
St George in Bloomfbury — 2 §5 
St George in the Eall 65 1 



St George by Qiicen'sfquarC2oC 
St James at Clerkenwcll — ►608 

St John at Hackney 1S8 

St John at Wapping 3 1 7 

Sc Katherine near the Tower 1 90 



St Leonard in Shoreditch — 754 

St Mary at Iflington 200 

Chriflcncd in the twenty Out Parifhcs in Middlefex and Surrey 6470 



St Mary at tamDCtn — — 417- 
St Mary Magd. Bcrraondley +8 7 

St Mary at Newington 359 

St Mary at Rotherhith 268 

St Mary in Whitechapcl — 1133 



St Paul at Shadwell 



-505 



Burled 9441 



St James in Weftmtnfter — 1 1 73 
St Margaret in Weftminft. 1054 
St Martin in the Fields — 1389 



St Mary le Strand • 



St Ann in Weftminfter 480 

St Clement Danes 519 

St George by Hanover-fqu. 369 

St John the EYangclift 80 

Chxiftcocd in the ten Parilhcs in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3958 



The Precind of the Savoy 
St Paul in Covent Garden 



99 
b6 

21Q 



Buried 54S9 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABORTIVE 
Aged 

Ague 



- 60 
-1675 

- II 
Apoplexy and Suddenly 237 
ADhina »nd Tiflick — 469 

.Bcdriddui z 

Bleeding 

BlcodyTlux 17 

Buri^cn and Rupture— 8 

Cancer — - 75 

Canker 8 

Cbildbcd — 251 

Cnld 



Colick znd Twilling 1 
of the Guts — J 
Con/iimption 



Coflvultion — 



64 

■34-25 
-7986 

33 



Cough and Hooping ) 

Cough — 1 

Diabetes — 

Drupfy 1047 

Eiil 4 

Ifalline Sicknefs 
F«vcf,MaIignantFc- 

*w, Scarlet ~ 

Sported . 



alignantFc-"! 
irlct Feycr, f 
Fever, andP^^^ 



Fiftula 

Flux 

French Pox — 

Gout 

Gravel, Stone, and 
Strangury — 

Grief 

Griping in ibc Guts- 
Head-ach — 



-\ 



Headmoldlhot, Hor 
fhoehcad, and Wa^ 
ter ill ihc Head 

Jaundies — 

Impofthume — 

Inflammation — — 
Lcprofy - • — — 

Lethargy — 

Livergrown 

Lunatick — — 

Mealies 



Mifcarriage — — — 

Mortification 

Palfy 

Pleurify — 

Quinfy — — 

Rafh 



23 
25 
98 
66 

41 

14 

a8» 

2 

64 

106 

29 

12 

2 

4 

5 

21 

roa 

4 
189 

3« 

50 

8 

6 



Rheumatifm - ■ ■ - - 
Rickets —— — 
Riling of the Lights- 
St Anthony's Fire — 

Scurvy 

Small Pox 



- 24 

- 5+ 

- 37 

2 

- 3 
-264c 

- 3^ 

- 3 
-6ii 



Sores and Ulcers ■ 

Spleen — 

Stillborn 

Stoppage in the Stomach 193 

Surteii I 

Swelling — 1 

Teeth 

Thrufh 



►^1242 
~ 48 

• — 31 



Tympany 

Vapours — 
Vumitmg and Loofnel's 
Worms — — — — — 






Casualties. 

BRoken Limbs 
Bruilcd 

Burnt 



Choaked in Eating — 

Drowned — 

Excefllvc Drinking — 

Executed 

Found dead — — 
Frighted — 
Killed by Falls and 

feveral other Acci 

dents — 



■I 



Made away themfelves 

38 Murdered — 

27 Overlaid 

Poifoned ■ ■ — 

Scalded ■ — -- - — 

Stabbed — — ■ 

-Starved ■ 

Suffocated ' — 



J 

3 

3 
I 

tiz 

23 

29 

5' 

r 

no 
I 

I 
I 

z 
a 



Total 449 



{Males — 9177 
Females 8653 
In all 17830 
Decrealed in the Burials this Year 
Whereof have died, 



("Males — 12608 
BURIED^ Females 12654 

— 25262 



Lin all 
1499 



Voder Two Yean of Age 9907 ["Twenty and Thirty 1916 

fc t w ecn Two and Five — 2096 Thirty and Forty — 2351 

lire and Ten 93Z Forty and Fifty 2261 

TcL and Twenty • 806 [ fifty and Sixty .— 1839 



A a 2 



Sixty and Seventy — 1 500 
Seventy and Eighty 913 
Eighty and Ninety — 628 
Ninety asd a Hundred io8 



A Hundred and Tw»— « 
A Hundred and Three-- » 
A Hundred and Seven — 1 

A General 



1731- 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 14th of December 1731, to the i2tli of December 1732. 
According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifh Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A Lb AN inWood-ftreet 27 

■**• Alhallows Barkin ^ 62 

Alhallows in Bread-ftrcet — 

Alhallows the Great 



Alhallows in Honey-lane — 
Alhallows the Lefs ■ ■ 
Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 

Alhallows Staining — 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage nearSion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 
St Ann in Black Friars - 



22 

56 
o 

'9 
19 

»7 
34- 
37 
13 

30 
48 

30 
■117 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 16 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 16 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 16 
St Benedid, v. Bennet Fink 19 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church Parifh 

St Chriftopher's Parifli 

St Clernent near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch • 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parifh 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 



Bur. 
St Gregory by St Paul's — 45 
St Helen near Bifhopfgate— 26 
St James in Duke's Place — 29 
St James at Garlickhithe — 1 1 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 20 
St John the Evangelift- 
St John Zachary 



1 1 

39 
I 

4 
111 

»5 
13 
17 
60 

9 
26 

44 
II 
II 



St Katherine Coleman — ■ -- 
St Katherine Creechurch — 
St Laurence Jewry 



5 
15 
52 
59 
42 

7 



St Laurence Pountney 
St Leonard in Eaftcheap -— 1 1 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 32 
St Magnus by London Bridge 31 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 23 

St Margaret Mofes 1 1 

St Margaret in New Fifh-ftr. o 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars 



St Martin Outwich — 
St Martin Vintrey — 
St Mary Abchurch 



1 1 

9 
21 

»7 

9 

42 

iS 



St Mary in Aldermanbury — 26 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 
St Mary Colechurch 



II 

32 
6 



St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifli-ftr. 



33 
I 

29 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somerfet — 
St Mary Staining — 
St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



St Matthew in Friday-ftrect 

St Michael Baffifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe— 
St Michael at Quern ■ • • 

St Michael Royal i- 

St Michael in Wood - ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet-- 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — — • 
St Nicholas Olave — -^— 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 



TI 
36 

»7 
o 

5 
2 

28 

19 

33 

31 

6 

»4 
9 

9 

29 

3 
9 

5 

5« 

5 

35 

2 

3 

30 
10 



10 



St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 64 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 16 
St Swithin at London-ftone 
St Thomas the Apoftle 
Trinity Parifh — i 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter > 



»9 
6 

21 

22 



Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parilhes within the Walls 1551 Buried 2224 



St Andrew in Holborn 978 

St Bartholomew the Great — 50 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 24 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 1 73 

St Botolph by Aldgate 826 

St Botolph by Bifliopfgate — 503 



Bridewell Precindb — — — 31 
St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 287 

St Dunftan in the Weft 184 

St George in Sourhwark — 349 
St Giles by Cripplegate • — 1305 
St Olave in Soutl\wark 773 



St Saviour in Southwark — 685 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 612 

St Thomas in Southwark — 199 
Trinity in the Minories — 14 
The Peft-houfe 



Cbfiftened in the fixteen Parilhes without the Walls 5874 



Buried 6994 



jt Ann at Limehoufe ——145 
Chrift Church in Surrey — 177 
Chnft Church in Spital-fields 557 

St Dunftan at Stepney 910 

St Giles in the Fields 786 

St George in Bloomlbury — 407 
St George in the Eaft -63 1 



1732 

?t George by Queen's fquare 212 
St James at Clerkenwell — 404 

St John at Hackney 164 

St John at Wapping 320 

St Katherine near the Tower 1 99 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 688 
St Mary at Iflington -i 86 



St Mary at Lambeth — —459 
St Mary Magd. Bermondfey464 

St Mary at Newington 283 

St Mary at Rotherhith 258 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 1050 
St Paul at Shadwcll 442 



Chriftened in the twenty Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 6345 Buried 8742 



St Ann in Wcftminfter -—455 
St Clement Danes 480 



St James in Wellminfter 1 1 14 
St Margaret in Weftminft. 978 
St Martin in the Fields — 1 3 50 



St George by Hanover-fqu. 363 

St John the Evangelift 221 

Chriftened in the ten Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Wcftminfter 401 8 



St Mary le Strand 

The Precinft of the Savoy 
St Paul in Covent Garden 



101 

76 

260 



Buried 539S 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stilborn 637 
Aged 1781 

Ague — 10 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 237 
AAhma and Tifficlc — 573 
Bedridden — » — ' — 

Bleeding — 

Bloody Flux • 

BuHlen and Rupture- 
Cancer — 

Jan leer 

nldbed — 

>ld 

>lick and Twilling ) 
of the Guts — J 

>nrumpUon 

jnvullion 

ugh and Hooping ) 

lough J 

diabetes — ■ 

)ropfy • 

EvU 



Fever,Malignant Fe- 
ver, Scarlet " 
and Purples 



uFe- 1 
ver. Scarlet Fever, > 



5 

13 

22 

■ 50 

■ '4 
2ig 

1 

3719 
7428 

65 

• 5 

' 945 
19 

2939 




Fiftula 

Flux ■ 

French Pox - - 

Gout - 

Gravel, Stone, 
Strangury — 
Grief 



and ) 



} 



Griping in the Guts — 
Headmoldfhot, Hor- 
fhoehead, and Wa- 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies — 

[mpoilhume 

Inflammation 

Itch — 

Leprofy ' 

Lethargy • 

Livergrown 

Lunatick ■ - 

Meafles — 

Mifcarriage — ■ 
Mortification • 
Paify 



Pleurify — 
Quinfy — 



17 
32 



Rheumatifm 
90 Rickets 



38 
52 

273 
81 



117 
31 

'9 
2 
2 

13 
9 

25 

3c 

3 

149 

30 
55 
II 



Ralh 



Rifing of the Lights— 
St Anthony's Fire — 
Scald Head - 

Small Pox — 



29 
74 
34 

2 
2 



Sores and Ulcers 
Spleen 



—"97 
— 45 

Stoppage in the Stomach 1 97 

Surfeit — ■ ■ ■ T - 4 

Swelling ■ i 

Teeth ^— 



Thrufli — — 

Tympany — 

Vapours — 

Vomiting and Loofncfc 
Worms — ^__— 



K 



-1361 
■ 65 

- 6 

I 

26 

II 



Casualties. 



BRokcn Lee 



Burnt 



Choaked with a Cherry 
Drowned — ■■ 
ExcefEve Drinking — 
Executed — 



Falls and^ 
ler Acci- f 



Found dead — 
Fraiflured Slcull — — . 
Killed by Falls and 

fcveral other 

dents 

Killed bv the Bite ot^) 

a mad Dog — j 

Made away themfelves 

Murdered — 

Murdered in the Pillory 

Overlaid 

Scalded 

Smothered, Strangled t 



* 



3 
3 
I 

9! 

25 

37 

I 

55 



It 

t 

>33 

2 



or Suffocated 
Starved — 



- J 3 



Total 466 



CHRISTENED \ Females 
(.In all — 



Uodet Two Years of Age 9562 
Sctween Two and Five — i j 1 7 
Five and Ten —— ^— 716 
Tea and Twenty ■ w..- 61 1 



("Males — 9144 
8644 
17788 
Decreafed in the Burials this Year 
Whereof have died, 



{Males — II 655 
Females 11703 
In all — 23358 
1904 



Twenty and Thirty 1 627 
Thirty and Forty — 2175 

Forty and Fifty 2121 

Fifty and Sixty — « 1741 



Sixty and Seventy — 1581 
Seventy and Eighty 974 
Eighty and Ninety-- 660 
N tnety and a Hundred 1 2 1 



A Hundred — • j 

A Hundred and One — 3 

A Hundred and Two — 4 

A Hundred and Five— a 

A General 




1733' 
A General BILL of all the Chrlftenlngs and Burials^ 

From the 12th of December 1732, to the nth of December \'j 3. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty^ 

By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 
St A LB AN in Wood-ftreet 37 

*^ Alhallows Barkin — 
Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 

Alhallows die Great 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 
Alhallows the Leis 



79 
68 



20 

27 

44 



Alhallows in Lombard-rtreet 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 40 

St Andrew Hubbard 2 i 

St Andrew Undcrfhafi • 45 

St Andrew Wardrobe 87 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 46 

St Ann in Black Friars 189 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 9 
St Augiiftin, vulg. Aurtin — 15 
St Bartholomew by E.xchange 21 
St Bcocdid:, v. Bcnnet Fink 1 9 

St Bepnet Gracechurch 12 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 25 

St Bennet Shcrehog 2 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 9 

Chrift Church Parifh 127 

St Chriftopher's Pari/h 20 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 14 
St Dionis Backchurch ■— — 24 
St Dgnrtan in the Eaft —■ — 74 
St Edmund the King ^ — 1 1 

St Ethelburga's Parifh 21 

St Faith under St Paul's — 52 
St Gabriel in. Fenchurch-ftr. 13 
St George in Botolph-lanc — 1 6 



Bur. I 

Gregory by Sc Paul's — 44 1 St Mary Mounthaw 
Helen near Bilhopfgate — 1 9 ! St Mary Somerfct — 
James in Duke's Place — 32 ~ " ' 
James at Garlickhithe — 19 
John Baptilt by Dowgate 

John the Evangelift 

John Zachary 



Katherine Coleman ■ 

Katherine Creechurch — 

Laurence Jewry 

Laurence Pountney 

Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
Magnus byLondonBridge 
Margaret in Lothbury — 

Maigaret Moles 

Margaret in New Filh-ftr. 
Margaret Pattons -.— — 
Martin Ironmonger-lane 

Martin at Ludgate 

Martin Orgars — 

Martin Outwich — =- — 

Martin Vintrey 

Mary Abchurch 

Mary in Aldermanbury — 42 

28 

27 
9 



22 

3 

16 

46 
58 

38 
21 

8 

1 'I 

26 

36 

4 

o 

12 

12 

19 

16 

15 
iS 



Mary Aldermary 

Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 

Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

Mary Colechurch 

Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
Mary Magd. Old Filh-ftr. 



34 

3 

30 



St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch • 

St Mary Wooinoth — — 
St Matthew in Friday-ftrect 

St Michael Baflllhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenluihe — 

St Michael at Qiiern 

St Michael Royal — 

St Michael in Wood-ftrect 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet — 
St Mildred ia the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Paccras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. _ 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet Cj 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 25, 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftic 

Trinity Parifti — 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



45- 

I 

27 

1 



Chriftened in the njneiy-feven Pariflies within the Walls 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1235 
St Bartholomew the Great -> 6-7, 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 36 
St Botolj)K by x\lderfgate — 272 
St Botolph by Aldgate 963 



St Botolph by Biftiopfgate — 642 



Bridewell Precind • 33 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 331 

St Dunftan in the Weft 214 

St George in Southwark — -405 
St Giles by Cripplegate —1733 
St John in Southwark 201 



St Thomas in Southwark — %i4i 
Trinity in the Mtnorics -— \i 
The Peft-houft — - 
(^hrillened in the feventcen Pariflies witliout the Walls 5768 Buried 8867 



J 

1480 Buried 2610 ^ 

St Olave in Southwark— —845 
St Saviour in Southwark — 8 1 o 
St Sepulchre's Pariih. ■■ 8535 



BtAnn at Limehouic t9y 

"Chrift Church in Surrey — 260 
Chrift Church in Spital-fields753 

St Dunftan at Stepney 1 230 

St Giles in rhc Fields '1032 



t733 

§t George by Queen's fquarc 1^2 
St James at Clcrkcnwcll —605 

St John at Hackney 201 

St John at Wapping 433 



St Katherine near the Tower 265 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 912 
St Luke in Middlefex 69 



St George in Bloomfbury^— 567 
St George in Middlefex — 773 

Chriftened in the twenty-one Out Pariflies in Middlefex and Surrey 6^^^ Buried 11424 



lington — 



t Mary at 
St Mary at Lambeth — —503 
St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 569 

St Mary at Ncwington 33iS 

St Mary at Rotherhith 3 1 9 

St Mary in Whitcchapcl — 1363 
St Paul at Shadwell 534 



St James in Weflminfter 1230 
St Margaret in Weftminft. 1082 
St Martin in the Fields — 1577 



St Mary le Strand • 



•Ann in Weftminftcr - •—657 

St Clement Danes — 534 

I St George by Hanover- fqu.46 8 
St Ji>hn ih* Evangel ift - —285 
Chriftened in the ten Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3862 



— »I4 

The Precin6\ of the Savoy 1 1 S 
St Paul in Covent Garden 267 



Buried ^531 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A Bonive and Stilbom 656 

**■ Aged ■' 2207 

Ague ■ 3 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 227 

• 896 

ic 

3 

10 

24 

48 

1 



Afthma and TiOick — 

Bed ridden — 

Heeding ■ — 

'Joody Flux 

rflcn und Rupture- 

icer — 

ilcer 

iiclten Pox 

ildbed 



alick and Twifting 1 
of the Guts *— J 




nfumption 
vTihion — 



292 

74 
460 1 



33^ 
ougb and Hooping ) 




—1124 

— 28 

— 2 



i,ivIatignamFe-\ 
*er. Spotted Fever, i 
«nd Purples -^ J 



3831 



Fiftula 

Flux — — 
French Pox — 
Gout 

Gravel, Stone, and J 
Strangury — J 

Grief ■ 

Griping in the Guts — 
Headmoldftiot, Hor--j 
ftiochead, and Wa- > 
ter in the Head J 

Jaundies 

Iinpodhumc 

Infants — 

Inflammation 

Itch 1 — - 

Leprofy —— 

Lethargy — *• 

Livcrgrown — ■^- 

Lunaticlc -^ — 

Meafles — 



Mifcarriage — 
Mortification - 
Palfy . 



22 

12 

125 

54 

70 

13 

258 

7' 

158 

28 

1 

62 

4 
2 

10 

3 

19 

605 

7 
169 

36 



Pleuri fy — — 
Quinfy - — — 

Rafti — 

Rheumatifm — 
Rickets 



Rifmg of the lyights — 
St Anthony's Fire - — 

Scurvy • — •■■ 

Small Pox — ■*— 
Sores and Ulcers - 

Spleen — 

Stoppage in the Stomach 
Surfeit ■ -^ 

Swelling ■ - ■• 

Teeth — ■ 1 

Thrufli -— 

Tympany — ■ ■ ■ • ■ 

Vapoui's 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 
Worms — — .^ 



63 

IC 

t 

18 

8i 

26 

4 
2 

1370 

34 
2 



4 

I 

623 

87 

10 

?. 

26 

4 



Casualties. 

BRokcn Limbs 
Bruifed — 

Burnt • ' 



Falls and^ 
her Acci- V 



Drowned — 

Exceflivc Drinking — 

Executed — 

Found dead 

Killed by Falls and' 

feveral other 

dents 

Killed by Lightning' 
Made away themfelves 

Murdered ^ — 

Overlaid — 

Scalded — 

Shot 

Starved — ' 

Strangled — 

Suffocated — ^-— 



f 
I 

6 

8r 
62 

22 

49 

t 
48 

»S 

112 
I 

3 
2 
I 

3 



[Males — 88 1 1 
Females 8654 
In all — 17465 



3^ Total 4S9 

C* Males — 1^43? 2 
BURIED \ Females 14861 

— 2923^ 



Jnder Two V'ears of Age 1 1 738 
IftweenTwo and Five — 2409 

fkc aitd T«« 9j7 

ren.«Ad-Tweuty 1 75+ 

["wenty and 'Ihirty .■■ .. 1857 



(in all 

Incrcafed in the Burials this Year 51875 
Whereof have died, 



Thirty and Forty — 2564 



1685 
2196 
Sixty and Seventy— 1871 
Seventy and Eighty 11 S3 



Forty and Fifty 
Fifty and Sixty 



Eighty and Ninet)- — 804 
Ninety and a Hundred 198 
A Hundred ' ■ 3 

A Hundred and Ooc 1 



A Hundred and Three 
A Hundred and Five — 

A Hundred and Six 

A Hundred and Twelve 



A General 




1734- 
A General BILL of all the Chriftemngs and Burials, 

From the 12th of December 1733, to the loth of December 1734. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majeft/n 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LB AN inWood-ftreet 29 

-'*• Alhallows Barkin — 74 

Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 

Alhallows the Great 



Alhallows in Honey-lane — 
Alhallows the Lcl's 



8 
46 
o 

»7 
12 

30 
23 



Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 
Alhallows Staining — — — 
Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 30 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 20 

St Andrew Underfhaft 40 

St Andrew Wardrobe 41 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 40 
St Ann in Black Friars 135 



St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 
St Augviftin, vulg. Auftin — 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Benedift, v. Bennct Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf 



at 

St Bennet Sherehog - 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrill Church Parifh 

St Chriftopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

StDionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parifh 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-flr. 
St George in Botolph-lane- 



7 
21 
II 

15 

14 

30 

2 

7 
»i3 

24 
13 
33 
58 
14 
21 

35 
18 
16 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Bifhoplgate — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — • 
St Laurence Jewry 



St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret in New Filh-llr. 

St Margaret Patrons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 



Bur. 
83 
30 
30 
24 
21 

3 
1 1 

5^ 
62 

40 

12 

18 

23 

35 
28 

2 

o 

16 

6 

8 
19 

4 
36 
20 



St Martin Vintrey — -— 
St Mary Abchurch — — 
StMary inAlderraanbury — 33 
St Mary Aldermary — — 22 
St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 2 1 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 3 

St Mary Colechurch o 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 34 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-fir. o 
St Mary Magd. Old Filh-ftr. 2 5 



St Mary Mounthaw — — 
St Mary Somerlet — — . 

St Mary Staining — 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth 



\ 

1 



o 
II 
II 

8 
2S 
26 



St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BafTifliaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 29 
St Michael at Quern ■ 12 

St Michael Royal — 
St Michael in. Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread -ftrect 
St Mildred in the Poultry 
St Nicholas Aeons 



— 16 

7 
8 



St Nicholas Coleabby ■ 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill ■ 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 
St Stephen inColeman-ftrect 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the ApofUe 20 

Trinity Parilh 



25. 

4- 
16- 
II 
54 

5 

3» 
I 

8. 

33 
ii> 

»3 

71 
II 

18 



StVedaft, alias Fofter. 



24 
41 



Chriflened in the ninety-feven Pariflies within the Walls 1441 Buried 2346 

Bridewell Precinft 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1002 
St Bartholomew the Great— 47 
jSt Bartholomew the Lefs — 29 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 226 

St Botolph by Aldgate 838 

St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 659 



St Olave in Southwark -.^~gg^ 
St Saviour in Southwark — 755 

St Sepulchre's Parilh 715 

St Thomas in Southwark — 210 
Trinity in the Minories — 26 
ThePcft-houfe — — 
Chriftened in the fcvemccn Parilhes without the Walls 4909 Buried 6929 



34 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 296 
St Dunftan in the Weft -—186 
St George in Southwark — 384 

St Giles by Cripplegate 583 

St John in Southwark 3 8 7 



St Ar.n at Limehoufe 217 

Chrift Church in Surrey — 236 
"thrill; Church in Middlefex 807 

'"Si Dunftan at Stepney 1 1 50 

St Giles in tlie Fields 955 

St George in Bloomfbury — 436 
St George in Middlefex 7 1 5 



1734- 

St George by Queen's fquare 22 2 
St James at Clcrkenwell — 480 

St John at Hackney 190 

St John at Wapping 26S 

StKatherine near the Tower 191 
St Leonard in Shorcditch — 842 
St Luke in Middlefex 920 



■256 



St Mary at Mington — 
St Mary at Lambeth - 
St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 506 

St Mary at Newington 347 

St Mary a^ Rorhcrhith 286 

St Mary in Whitechapcl — 1191 
St Paul at Sl\adwell 480 



Chriltcned in the twenty-one Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 71 71 Buried 11 185 



I 



St Ann in Weftminfter — 511 
St Clement Danes — 426 
St George by Hanover-fqu.51 8 
St John the Evangelift 245 



St James in Weftminfter 1133 
St Margaret inWeftminft.1074 
St Martin in the Fields — 1297 



St Mary le Strand 104 

The Precindt of the Savoy 90 
St Paul in Co vent Garden 204 



Chriftencd in the ten Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 4109 Buried 5602. 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A Rortivc and Stiiborn 661 
Ague 



Ajred — 



1459 
6 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 182 
AAhma and Til&ck — 466 

ridden — 5 

8 

13 
21 

48 

12 

271 



^^cdric 
^TRood 



)' r lux 



Burftcn and Rupture- 
Cancer — " 

Canlccr — — 

Childbed 



Colick, Gripes, and! 
Twilling of tlie S 351 
Guts 3 

Confumption 4 1 39 

Tonvulfion — 8295 



i^ough and Hooping ) 

* Cough J 

"diabetes — 



139 



tvil 



pfy - 



Falline Sickncfs 

Fe>et jMalignant Fc- ' 



998 

30 



Jignant Fc- "J 
rlet Fever, I 
Fever, and ( 



3116 



Fiftula 
Flux 



French Pox — 

Gout 

Gravel, Stone, and 
Strangury — 

Grief 

HeadmoIdOiot, Hor-- 
fhochead, and Wa- 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies - 

Impofthume — 

Inflammation 

Itch 

Leprofy - 

Lethargy 

Livergrown — ^ - 



Lunatick — 
Meafles 



Mifcarriage — 
Mortification — 

Palfy — 

Planet-ftruck 

Pleurify 

Quinfy 

Rafh — 



ver. Scarlet 
^Spotted F 
> Curpla 

("Males — 
CHRISTENED \ Females 



14 

24 

105 

44 
56 
12 

116 

126 

36 

3 

2 



9 

8 

22 

20 

2 

193 

37 
I 

31 



Rheumatifm — — 
Rickets — -^-^— 
Rifing of the Lights — 

St Anthony's Fire 

Sciatica — 



Scurvy — 
Small Pox — 



Sores and Ulcers 
Spleen 



21 
82 
18 

4 
— 2 

— 3 
—2688 

— 34 

4 



Stoppage in the Stomach 138 

Surfeit — 2 

Swelling — 4 

Teeth 1 316 

Thru(h 90 

Tympany — 3 

Vapours — 1 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 2c 
Worms 10 






Ca S U a L T 1 E! 



DRoken Limbs 



Burnt 

Drowned — 

Exceflive Drinking — 

Executed — 

Found dead 

Frighted — 

Killed by Falls and J 
feveral other Acci- f 

dents J 

Made away themfelves 

Murdered — 

Overlaid — 

Scalded 

Starved . 

Strangled — 



Total 



4 

4 
78 
57 
IS 
3« 

I 

60 
62 

ID 
107 

2 

4 
I 

443 



!^ 



Vhite Two Years of Age 1 07 $ 2 
'Mt t m ttM Two and Five — 2850 

Kve aod Ten ■ 1228 

Tea and Tweaty ■ 829 



8955 

8675 BURIED 
(.In all — 17630 
Decreafed in the Burials this Year 
Whereof have died, 



f Males — 13016 
Females 13046 
In all — 26062. 



Twenty and Thirty 1718 
Thirty and Forty — 2212 

Forty and Fifty 2154. 

fifty and Sixty — 1668 



Bb 



Sixty and Seventy — 1324 
Seventy and Eighty 793 
Eighty and Ninety — 484 
Ninety and a Uundicd 66 



A Hundred and One — i' 

A Hundred and Four — i 

A Hundred and Five — i 

A Hundred and Six i 

A General 




1736. 

A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 9th of December 1735, to the 7th of December 1736. 
According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c 



J 



Bur. 

St A LEAN in Wood-ftreet 35 

-'*' Alhallows Barkin— 80 

Alhallows in Bread-ftrcet — 8 

Alhallows the Great 



Alhallows in Honey-lane- 
Alhallows the Lefs 



50 
I 

iS 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 1 6 

Alhallows Staining 22 

Alhallows on liOndon Wall 50 

St Alphage nearSion College 19 

St Andrew Hubbard 20 

St Andrew Underfhaft 40 

St Andrew Wardrobe 57 

St Ann within Alderigate — 46 

St Ann in Black Friars 155 

St Anthony, viilg. Antholin 7 

'20 



St Auguftin, VLilg. Auftin 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Benedift, v. Bennet Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 
Chrift Church Parifh -- 
St Chriftopher's Parilb 



St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch — 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

.St Ethelburga's Parilb 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 



19 

I I 

4> 
1 

6 

120 

12 

J7 
20 

63 

3 
22 

54 
« 

13 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Biftiopfgate-^ 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary -^- — ■ — 

St Katherinc Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 
St Laurence Jewry 



Bur. 
70 
20 

17 
22 

32 

5 

12 

42 
48 

45 
20 

10 



St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 24 
St Magnus by London Bridge 33 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 26 

St Margaret Mofes 

Sc Margaret in New Fifli-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars 



St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch ^— 
St Mary in Aldermanbury — 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colcchurch o 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 39 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 2 
StMaryMagd.OldFifh-ftr. 39 



7 
o 

5 
1 1 

25 
6 

4 

42 
21 

39 

24 

24 

6 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somerfet — 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



St Matthew in Friday- ftreet 

St Michael Baffifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 

St Michael at Quern 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet— 
St Mildred in the Poultry— 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftrect 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapflde 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman^ftreet 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
St S within at London- ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftle • 

Trinity Parifti 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



Chfiftened in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 1452 Buried 2398 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1 2 1 7 
St Bartholomew the Great -- 45 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 23 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 250 
St Botolph by Aldgate 909 



Bridewell Precinft 33 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 274 

St Dunftan in the Weft 1 74 

St George in Southwark — 389 

St Giles by Cripplegatc- 640 

St John in Southwark -391 



Bur. 
II 

46 

24 

o 

21 

5 
28 

28 

30 
27 

H 

*3 

3 

10 

»9 
6 

4S 
7 

2 

3 

32 

7 
66 

»9 

20 

7 



St Botolph by Bifliopigate — 584 

Chriftcned in tlic feventeen Parifties without the Walls 4475 



St Olave in Southwark - 

St Saviour in Southwark — 760 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 775 

St Thomas in Southwark — 235 

Trinity in the Minories 22 

The Peft-houfe -r 

Buried 7244 



eTioufe 



-113 



Ciu m Surrey — 188 

Chnft Church in Middlcfcx 712 

St Dunftan at Stepney 9 1 1 

St Giles in the Fields 1024 

St George in Bloomfbuiy — 370 
St George in Middlefex 695 



I73S- 

St George by Qiieen's fquare 208 

St James at ClerkenweU 488 

St John at Hackney 191 

St John atWapping 298 

St Katherine near the Tower 194 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 755 
St Luke in Middleftx 769 



St Mary at Iflington 25^. 



St Mary at Lambeth 



•383 



St Mary Magd. Bcrmondfcy 393 

St Mary at Ncv ' \ 2S7 

St Mary at Ri i 294 

St Mary in Whitechapel- 
St Paul at Shadvvell 



Chriltencd in the twenty-one Out Pariflies in MiddJefcx and Surrey 6742 Buried loooz 



•1014. 
-475 



St James inWeftminfler — 1149 
St Margaret in Weftminfl. 994 
St Martin in the Fields — 1252 



St Mary le Strand • 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



St Ann in Wcftminfter 440 

St Clement Danes 406 

St George by Hanover-fqu. 527 
St John the Evangelift 250 

[Chrifteaed in the ten Parishes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3937 
A 
is 



The Precinft of the Savoy 
St Paul in Covent Garden 



97 
92 

254 



Buried 5461 



A Bortive and Stilborn 590 



595 

6 



Ague 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 196 



Auhma and Tiffick 
Bedridden — 

Bleeding 

Ekiody Flux 



fiurilen and Rupture- 
Cancer — 

Canker 

Childbed — 

Colick, Gripes, and 



Twifting 
Gutt 

ConTumptidn 
Convulfion 



of 



mo-) 



ATI 
10 

3 
>3 

IQ 

5S 

II 

192 



Fiftula — 

Flux — — 

French Pox — 

Gout 

Gravel, Stone, and 
Strangury — 

Grief 

Head-ach — 

Headmold/hot, Hor-' 
ILochead, and Wa- , 
tcr in the Head 

Jaundies - 

Impofthiime — — 
Inflammati'ii — - 
Itth 



8 

»7 
102 

38 
38 



14 
I 



4064 

757 

Cough and Hooping \ g ^ 
Cough — J 

Drop^ 1050 

EvU 26 

Fevcr.MaJignantFc- 



ver. Scarlet Fever, 
&«o(tcd Fever, and 
Purples — 



1 



25+4 




Leprofy ■ — 

Lethargy — • 

Livergrown — 

Lunatick — 

Meafles ■ — 

Mifcarriage — 

Mortification 

Palfy 

Pleurify 

Quinfy — — — — 



143 

154 

16 

22 

I 

9 
8 

IQ 
29 
10 

4 
167 

39 
55 
19 



Rafli 

Rheumatifm — 

Rickets 

Rifing of the Lights — 
Scald Head — 



I 

12 

107 

21 

2 

2 

1594 

34 
Stoppage in the Stomach 162 

Surfeit - .' ■ — 3 

Swelling — 1 

Teeth 
Thrufh 



Scurvy • 

Small Pox 

Sores and Ulcers ■ 



1342 

— 55 

1 ympany — i 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 19 

Worms 9 






Casualties.. 

BRokcn Limbs — 
Bruifed 

Burnt 

Choakcd in eating his 

Dinner 
Drowned 
Exccflive Drinking — 

Executed 

Found dead — — 

Fracluitd Skull 

Killed by FnlU arrl 

feveral oiht 

dents 

Killed by a Boar 

M-»de away thtmfflves 

Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Scalded — 

Smothered — 

Stabbed — 

Starved 

Strangled — 



1 eating his 1 



F'nllo arrl J 
her Acci- > 



4 
I 
6 



99 
69 

19 

19 

3 

54 

I. 

49 

15 

97 

2 

2 

I 

3 
I 



Total 445 



{Males — 8658 
Females 8215 
In all 16873 



Under Two Years of Ag© 9672 
Between Two and Five — 1963 

FWe and Ten 755 

Ten and Twenty • 691 

ITwcsV andTMcty ^-^ i6oj 



! Males — 11699 
Females 11839 
In all — 213538 

Decreafed in the Burials this Year 2524 

Whereof have died, 
Thirty and Forty — 2158 

Forty and Fifty 8138 

Fifty and Sixty 

Sixty and Seventy — 
Seventy and Eighty 



1684 

•339 
87 J 

B b 



Eighty and Ninety — 
Ninety and a Hundred 

A Hundred 

A Hundred and One 
A Hundred and Two 
2 



S6s 
84 

3 
I 



A Hand red and Three i' 

A Hundred and Four — t 

A Hundred and Five — 1 

A Hundred and Six — 3 

General: 



1736. 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 9th of December 1735, to the 7th of December 1736. 
According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty,^ 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, 5cc 



;i 



Bur. 

St A LBAN in Wood-ftreet 35 

-^1. Alhallows Barkin— 80 

Alhallows in Bread-llrcet — 8 

Alhallows the Great 50 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — i 

Alhallows the Lcfs i8 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 16 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows on London Wall 



22 



St Alphage near Sion College 
St Andrew Hubbard — 
St Andrew Underfhaft — 
St Andrew Wardrobe — 



50 
19 

20 

40 

57 
St Ann within Alderigate — 46 

St Ann in Black Friars 155 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 7 

St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 20 

St Bartholomew by Exchange 19 

St Benediifi, v, Bcnnet Fink 23 

St Bennet Gracechurch 1 1 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf— 41 

St Bennet Sherchog 1 

St Botolph at Biliinfgate — 6 

Chrill Church Parifb 120 

St Chriftopher's Parifh 1 2 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 17 

St Dionis Backchurch — 20 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 6^ 

St Edmund the King 3 

St Ethelburga's Parifh 22 

54 



Bur. 
70 
20 

17 
22 

32 

5 
12 

42 
48 

45 
20 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 10 

St Leonard in Fofter- lane — 24 

St Magnus by London Bridge 33 

St Margaret in Lothbury — 26 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret in New Fifli-ltr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Bifhopfgatc— 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift • 

St Jdhn Zachary -^- — — 

St Kathcrine Coleman 

St Katherine Crecchurch — ■ 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurente Pountney- 



St Martin Outwich — 
St Martin Vintrey — 
St Mary Abchurch 



St Mary in Aldermanbury — • 

St Msu7 Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch . 

St Mary Hill by Biliinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 



7 
o 

5 
1 1 

25 
6 

4 

42 
21 

39 

24 

24 

6 

o 

39 

•2 



St Mary Magd. Old Fifli-lk. 39 



St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 1 3 

Chfiftened in the ninccy-feven Parifhes within the Walls 1452 



Bor. 
It 
46J 

241 
o 
21 

5 

28 

28 

30 
27 

13 

3 

10 

»9 
6 

»7 
13 

48 

7 
25 

2 

3 

32 
»3 

7 

St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 66 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 19 
St Swithin at London-ftone 20 
St Thomas the Apoftle- ■ 14 

Trinity Parifh — . 7 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter ■ — 23 



St Mary Mounthaw — 

St Mary Someriet — 

St Mary Staining — — — 
St Mary Woolchurch — — 
St Mary Woolnoth ■ ■ 

St Mattliew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Baflifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked- lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 

St Michael at Quern 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet— 
St Mildred in the Poultry—' 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — ■ 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 



I 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1 2 1 7 

St Bartholomew the Great — 45 

St Bartholomew the Lefs — 23 

-St Botolph by Alderfgate — 250 

St Botolph by Akigate 909 

St Botolph by Bifhoplgate — 584 



Bridewell Precinft 3 3 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 274 

St Dunftan in the Weft 1 74 

St George in Southwark — 389 

St Giles by Cripplegate 640 

St John in Southwark 391 



St Thomas in Southwark — 235 

Trinity in the Minories 22 

The Peft-houfe -^ 

Chriftencd in the feventeen Parifhes without the Walls 4475 Buried 7244 



Buried 2398 

St Olave in Southwark 523 

St Saviour in Southwark — 760 
St Sepulchre's Parifh 775 



I 



173^. 



»t"^"mrif "Gimfrnoule " ■ 1 6g 
Chrift Church in Surrey — 208 
Chrift Church in Middlefex 766 

St Dundan at Stepney 1093 

St Giles in tlie Fields — 12 15 

St George in Bloomfbury — 509 

St George in Middlefex 810 

Chriftened in the twenty-one 

St Ann in Wcftminfter — 615 
St Clement Danes 477 



9t George byQueen'sfquare2 73 
St James at Clerkenwell — 604 

St John at Hackney 186 

St John at Wapping 290 

St Katherine near tiie Tower 33 1 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 859 

St Luke in Middlefex 1061 

Out Parifhes in Middlefex and S 

St James in Weftminfter 1 243 
St Margaret inWeftminft. 1006 
St Martin in the Fields — 1478 



>t Maty at Hlmgton— — ' — 2 6 1 

St Mary at Lambeth '493 

St Mary Magd. Bermondfey48 1 

St Mary at Newington 340 

St Mary at Rotherhith 271 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 1252 

St Paul at Shadwell 447 

urrey 6780 Buried 11824 

St Mary le Strand ' . ■ 127 
The Precinft of the Savoy 96 
St Paul in Covent Garden 305 



St George by Hanover- fqu. 52 1 

Bt John the Evangelift 247 

Chriftened in the ten Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3784 Buried 61 15 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



Bortive and Stilborn 592 
Aged 1918 



— I 



Apoplexy and Suddenly 208 
Iflhma and Tiffick — 582 
dden — — 



hne 



loody Flux - ■ 



13 
5 

7 

15 

54 

10 

202 



iltn and Rupture- 
Cancer — 

Canker ■ - 

Childbed — 

Colick, Gripes, and ) 
Twifting of the f 362 

Gut* ) 

infumption 4554 

inrulfion 79 2+ 

130 



Coti^ and Hooping ) 

Cough J 

Diabetes — 

DrppTy 

ErU - 

Fe»er,MaIignaniFe- " 

*er. Scarlet F 

Spouted Fever, 

Purples 



lignaniFe-"J 
r!et Fever, ( 
Fever, and i 



3 
1 140 

33 
3361 



Fiftula 

Flux 

French Pox - - 

Gout 

Gravel, Stone, and 



le, and 1 



Strangury 

Grief 

Hcadmoldfhot, Hor- 
fhochead, and Wa- 
ter in the Head 

Jaundics — 

Impollhume 

Inflammation - 

Itch — 

Leprofy — — 

Lethargy — — 

Livergrown 

Lunatick - • 

Meades ■— 

Mifcarriage 

Mortification — ■ 

Palfy 



I 



Pieurify — 
Quinfy — 
Ra(h 



16 

24 
III 

47 

47 

10 

117 

142 

24 

25 

I 

6 

9 
13 

3c 
169 

2 

23a 

43 

51 

14 
2 



Rheumatifm 
Rickets 



19 

70 

24 



Rifing of the Lights — 

Small Pox -^3014 

Sores and Ulcers 23 

Sore Throat — 

Stoppage in the Stomach 173 
Surfeit — ■ 2 

Swelling 2 

Teeth 

Thruft — 



— 144 

Tympany -^ 5 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 1 5 
Worms — — ^— 10 







CASOAtTlES. 

BRoken Limbs 
Burnt 

Drowned — 



Excelfive Drinking — 
Executed — ■ 

Found dead — 

Fra£tured Skull — — . 
Killed by Falls and 

feveral oth( 

dents 

Made away themfclves 
Murdered — ■■ •■■ 

Overlaid — 

Scalded - — 

Starved — -^— ^ 
Suffocated — • ■■ ■ 



Falls and! 
ler Acci- > 



i 
3 

120 

64 

8 

35 

I 

38 

65 
9 

104 

I 

3 

I 



Total 455 



)m 



CHRISTENED 



tJ*derT«ro Years of Age 10580 1 
Bcrmett Two and Five — 1706 
Fhre m<1 Ten ——^ 993 
I'ea ud Twea^y '—— 816 



[ 



Males — ^47 



Females 802 
tin all — 1649 
Increafed in the Burials this Year 4043 



{Males — 13695 
Females 13 886 
In all — 27581 



Whereof have died, 



Twenty and Thirty 2139 
Thirty and Forty — ■ I4.45 

Forty and Fifty 2357 

Fifty aad Sixty —^-^ 2121 



Sixty and Seventy — 1666 
Seventy and Eighty 1114 
Eighty and Ninety— 557 
Ninety and a Handred 8 j 



A Hundred -^ ' i 

A Hundred and Five— 1 

A Hundred and Eight — t 

A Hundred and Sixteen 1 

A General 



»737- 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burialsj 

From the 7th of December 1736, to tlie 13th of December 1737. 

According to the Report made to the King's nioft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, 6:c. 



St 



Bur. 
LEAN in Wood-ftrect 32 
Alhallows Barkin — 
Alhallows in Brcad-ftreet — 
Alhallows the Great 



A' 



Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows the Lcfs 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 

Alhallows Staining — 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfbaft 



St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 

St Ann in Black Friars 1 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 
St Augiiftin, vulg. Auftin — 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Benedict, v. Bennet Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 
St Bennet Shcrehog 



St Botolph at Billinfgate — 
Chrift Church Pari/h - 

St Chriftopher's Pariih 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parifb 



61 
»3 

I 

iS 
15 
30 

33 

30 
12 

43 

47 

38 

32 

5 
16 

24 
20 
16 

47 
Q 

13 
146 

12 
13 

33 
66 

17 
20 

32 

1 1 1 
S 



Bur. 
73 

«9 
21 

19 

17 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Bilbopfgate — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe ^ — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 5 

St John Zachary — • 1 5 

St Katherine Coleman 61 

St Katherine Creechurch — 48 

St Laurence Jewry 24 

St Laurence Pountney 14 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — j 8 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 19 
St Magnus byLondonBridge 33 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 38 

Sr Margaret Mofes 3 

St Margaret in New Fifh- fir. o 

St Margaret Pattons 15 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 6 

St Martin at Ludgate • • 9 

St Martin Orgars — — 1 1 

St Martin Outwich 1 3 

St Martin Vintrey 41 

St Mary Abchurch 25 

St Mary in Aldermanbury— 34 

St Mary Aldermary 26 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfidc 1 7 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate o 
St Mary Colechurch 

30 



St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifli-llr. 



St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 

Chriftcned in the ninety-feven Pariflies within the Walls 



St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch " 

St Mary Woolnoth — — 
St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BafTilhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 

St Michael at Quern 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet — 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — • — 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — - 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

near. Paul's Wharf 
Poor in Broad -ftr. 



41 



St Peter 
St Peter 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Swithin at London-ftone 
St Thomas the Apoftle — 
Trinity Parifli — — ^-^— 
St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



1430 Buried 2303 

31 St Olave in Southwark— — 495 
St Saviour in Southwark' — 739 

St Sepulchre's Parifli 743 

St Thomas in Southwark — 2oafl 

Trinity in the Minories 5^" 

The Peft-houfc — - 
Chhftened in the fcvcnteen Pariihes without the Walls 4670 Buried 7166 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1089 

St Bartholomew the Great-* 49 

St Bartholomew the Lefs — 32 

I St Botolph by Alderfgate — 270 

St Botolph by Aklgate- 984 

Sr Botolph by Bifliopfgare — 606 



Bridewell Precinft 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 280 
St Dunftan in the Weft — 187 
St George in Southwark — 459 

St Giles by Cripplegate 567 

St John in Southwark 404 



24I 




»757' 



Lnn at Limehoufe 174 

IhhH Church in Surrey — 210 

thrift Church in Middlcfex 897 

Sr Dunftan at Stepney 12 1 5 

St Giles in the Fields 1 203 

St George in Bloomftjury— ^547 
St George in Middlefex — 774 

Chrillencd in the twenty-one Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 6735 Buried 12374 



St George by Qiicen's fquarei;6 
St Janu'S at Clerkcnwcll — 472 

St John at Hackney 200 

St John at Wapping ^22 

StKathcrine near the Tower 234 
St Leonard in Shorcditch — 921 
St Luke in Middlefex 995 



St Mary at Irtington — —258 

St Mary at Lambeth 469 

St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 57 1 

St Mary at Ncwington 434 

St Mary at Rotherhith 290 



St Mary in Whitechapcl- 
St Paul at Shadwell 



-601 



St Ann in Weftminfter g^g 

St Clement Danes — 508 

St George by Hanovcr-fqu.530 
St John the Evangelift 249 



St James in Weftminfter X225 
St Margaret in Wcftminft. 951 
St Martin in the Fields — 1467 



St Mary le Strand 122 

The Precinft of the Savoy 116 
St Paul in Covcnt Garden 277 



Chriftencd in the ten Parifties in tlieCity and Liberties of Weftminfter 3925 Buried 5980 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and St'ilbom 641 
Aged 1984 

Ague -^ 3 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 243 
^Afthma and Tiffick — 620 

12 
2 

7 

»5 
51 

7 



Bedridden — 
Bleeding 
^^(aodr Flux 



{uriien and Rupture— 

kncer — 

JCanlcer 

PChildbed : 284 



33S 



-4441 



Coiick, Gripes, and-i 
Twifting of the C 
Guts — 3 

C"iirijmnfion 
< in — ■ ■ 7811 

L.M^i. ^id Hooping 1 , 
Cough — J 

Dropsy —103s 

Evi] ■ — 35 

Fever, Malignant Fe- 
ver, Scarlet Fever, 
^pocted Fever, and 
PiirpJes 



L580 



Fiftula 

Flux ■ ■ 

French Pox — 

Gout 

Gravel, Stone, and 1 
Strangury — J 

Grief 

Hcadmoldfliot, Hor- ■> 
{hothead, and Wa- \ 
tcr in the Head J 

Jaundies 

Impofthume 

Inflammation -^ — 

Lethargy — ■■ 

Livcrgrown — — 

Lunatick — 

Mcafles 



Mifcarriage — 
Mortification - 

PaJfy 

Pleurify ■^— - 
Quinfy " 
Rafli — ^ - 



16 

19 

'59 

55 

66 

10 

153 

158 

33 

56 

5 

7 
10 

34 

127 

I 

209 

35 

71 

3J 

5 



Rheumatifm — — 

Rickets — • 

Rifmg of the I/ights — 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scun-y 

Small Pox 

Sores and Ulcers 
Spleen — 



Stoppage in thcStomach 

Surfeit — 

Swelling 

Teeth — 

riiruft - 

TVmpany — — 



V apours 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 
Worms. — - 



19 

80 

8 

I 

2 
2084 

27 
I 

73 
5 
2 

1423 
69 

3 
] 
II 

12 



w 



<•> 



CASUALTltSi 

BRokcn Limbs 
Bruifed — 

Burnt 

Drowned — 



ExcelTive Drinking — 

Executed — — 

Found dead —^ — 

Killed by the Bite of ) 

a mad Do» — J 

Killed by Falls andi 

feveral other Acci- > 

dents — 3 

Made away thcmfelves 

Murdered — 

Overlaid — 

Scalded — ■ 

Shot accidentally 

Smothered — " 

Starved — — 
Suffocated — 



2 
I 
7 

29 

7 

42 



35 

42 

17 

80 

I 

r 

1 
I 
3 



Total 373 



! Males 'i- 8482 
Females 8278 
In all — 16760 



{Males — 13690 
Females 14133 
In all — "27823 



Voder "f wo Years 6f Age 16054 
tBetoeen Two and Five — 2613 

Vive and Ten 1 008 

Tea aed Twenty 885 

T*e»qr tnd Tliirty — — xt^i 



Incrcafed in the Burials this Year 242 

Whereof have died. 
Thirty and Forty — 2652 Seventy and Eighty — i r64 

Forty and Fifty 2578 Eighty and Ninety — 576 

Fifty and Sixty 2270 Ninety and a Hundred 127 

Sixty and Seventy — 1650 A Hundrsd and One— 1 



A Hundred and Three-- 1 

A Hundred and Five — 1 

A Hundred and Si* 1 

A Hundred and Sixteen 1 

A General 



A General BILL of all the Chrlftenings and Buna 

From the 13th of December 17371 to the 12th of December 1738. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majelly, 
By the Company of Parifh Clerks of London, &c. 




Bur. 

St A LB AN inWood-ftreet 26 

■**• Alhallows Barkin — 75 

Alhallows in Bread-llreet — 1 1 

Alhallows the Great 54 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 3 

Alhallows the Lels 25 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 1 1 

Alhallows Staining 28 

Alhallows on London "Wall 20 
St Alphage near Sion College 1 8 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 11 

St Andrew Underlhaft 34 

St Andrew Wardrobe 61 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 33 

St Ann in Black Friars 123 

St Anthony, viilg. Antholin 7 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 9 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 1 7 
St Bencdid, V. Bennet Fink 13 

St Bennet Gracechurch 6 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf 41 

o 

7 
95 
12 



St Bennet Sherehog - 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church PariJli 

St Chriftopher's Parilh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 10 
St Dionis Backchurch — 
St Dunftan in the Eaft — 



St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parilh 



24 
70 

25 
30 
27 

14 



Bur. 
St Gregory by St Paul's — 91 
St Helen near Bifliopfgate — 1 4 
St James in Duke's Place — 24 
St James at Garlickhithe — 26 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 20 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman — ■ — 
St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney • 



3 
26 

29 
41 
38 
17 
II 

1-7 
37 



St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnusby London Bridge 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 38 

St Margaret Mofcs 

St Margaret in Nev-t Fifh-ftx. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — • 

St Martin Outwich 



13 
I J 

13 

9 

7 

33 

21 



St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch — — 
St Mary in Aldermanbury — 20 
St Mary Aldermary — — 20 
St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 20 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 2 
St Mary Colechurch o 



St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 37 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 4 
St Mary Magd. Old Filh-ftr. 3 1 



St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr 
St George in Botolph-lane — 1 4 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Pariflies within the Walls 1283 



St Mary Mounthaw — — 

St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining — 

St Mary Woolchurch 

:St Mary Woolnoth 



18 

2S 



St Matthew in Friday-ftreec 

St Michael Baflifhaw 32 

St Michael in Cornhill — 
St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael atQueenhithe — 3^m 
St Michael at Quern ■ ■ - 6J^ 

St Michael Royal 9, 

St Michael ia Wood-ftreet 10^ 
St Mildred in Bread -ftreet gm 
St Mildred in the Poultry 14 

St Nicholas Aeons 4.,^ 

St Nicholas Coleabby ioj| 



St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silvcr-ftreet — 
St Pancra* in Pancras-lane 

St Peier in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill . 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 
St Stephen inColcman-ftreet 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parifh 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



7 

2 

21 

1' 
20, 

'7 
II 

3TM 

12 

14 
12 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1030 
St Bartholomew the Great— 62 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 26 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — ^224 

St Botolph by Aldgate 730 

St Botolph by Bifliopfgatc — 538 



Bridewell Precinft — ~ 32 

St Bridget, valg. St Bride's 244 
St Dunftan in the Weft - —155 
St George in Southwark — 374 

St Giles by Cripplcgate 549 

St John in Southwark 350 



Buried 2129 

St Olave in Southwark — 456. 
St Saviour in Southwark' — 706 

St Sepulchre's Parifti 708, 

St Thomas in Southwark — 188 
Trinity in the Minories 27 



I 



The Peft-houfe — 
Chriftened in the feventeen Parifties without the Walls 4325 Buried 639^ 



I738. 



St Ann at Limehoufe ——158 
t lujrch in Surrey —^84 

Chnit Lhurch in Middlefcx 691 

St Dunllan at Stepney 1 1 1 9 

St Giles m the Fields 1 067 

St George in Bloom(bucy — 525 

St George in Middlefex 73b 

Chriitened in the twenty-one 

St Ann in Weftminfter 575 

St Clement Danes 428 

St George by Hanovcr-fqu. 952 

St John the Evangelift 221 

Chriftcncd io the ten Parilhes 



St George by Queen's Iquare 241 
St James at ClerkeawelJ -—548 

St John at Hackney 223 

St John at Wapping 296 



.St Mary at Iflington 289 

St Mary at Lambeth 441 



St Katherine near the Tower 1 99 
St Leonard in Shorcditch — 796 
St Luke in Middlefex 994 



St Mary Magd. Btrmondfey 437 

St Mary at Newington 331 

St Mary at Rotherhith 286 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 1187 
St Paul at Shadwell 443 

Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 6412 Buried 1 1 191 



St James in Weftminfter- — ii4r 
St Margaret in Weftminft. 947 
St Martin in the Fields — 1315 



St Mary le Strand 113 

The Precinct of the Savoy 1 2 1 
St Paul in Covcnt Garden 29 j. 



in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 4040 Buried 6io6- 



D 1 S E A S E S" and CASUALTIES. 



ABortive and Stilborn 608 
Aged — i 1841 

Ague I 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 201 
Aflhma and Tiflick — 656 
B«driddcn — 
Bleeding 



Bloody Flux 

BuHlen and Rupture — 
Cinccr — 

Canker 

Childbed — 261 



5 
3 
5 
25 
54 
8 



lick. Gripes, and 
Twifting of the 
~ats 




anai 
tJieC 



ption 



295 
.126 



uUion — 7524 

Cough and Hooping ) , 
Cough — J °9 

•rop^ 969 

rU 38 

Fcver,MalignantFc- 
«r. Scarlet Fever, 
Sported Fever, and 
Ifurplcs — > 






3890 



Fiftula . 

Flux 

French Pox — 

Gout 

Gravel, Stone, and 
Strangury — 
Grief 



Headnioldftot, Hor- 
(hoeht-ad, and Wa- 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies 

Impofthume — 
Inflammation — 
Itch 



-\ 



Leprofy 

Lethargy — 
Livergrown - 
Lunatick — 
Meafles 



Mifcarriage — -~ — 

Mortification 

Palfy 

Picurify 

Quinfy — -^— 

Rafh 



17 
II 

117 

66 

74 
10 

175 

130 

13 

5i 

6 

4 

7 
6 

39 

216 

i 

222 

30 

5» 

23 

3 



Rheumatifm — 

Rickets 

Rifing of the Lights — 
St Anthony's Fire — 

Scald Head — 

Small Pox ; 

Sores and Ulcers 



Stoppage in the Stomach 

Surfeit 

Swelling — 

Teeth 1 

Thrulh 



Tympany — 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 
Worms — — 



— 21 

73 
b 

2 

2 

590 
19 

188 
2 
1 

37^' 

94 

4 

12 

16 






Casvaltiss. 

r>Roken Limbs 

''* Broken Jaw 

Bruifed — 

Burnt 

Died by the Bite of? 

a mad Dog — J 

Drowned — 



Exceflivc Drinking — 

Executed 

Pound dead — — 

Fraaurcd Skull 

Frighted — 

Killed by Falls and; 

fevera] other 

dents 
Made away themfelvcs 

Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Scalded - - — 

Shot himfelf accidentally 

Starved 

Suffocated — — — ^ 



Falls and! 
her Acci- ^ 



3 

I 

4 
5 



82 

31 
»7 
19 

2 
I 

49 

4*' 

82. 

3 
1- 

7 
4 



Total 367; 



{Males - 
Females 
In all 



r Two YearrJ of Age 9600 
Ea^tut Two and Five — 2366 

Fiire and Tea 784 

Ten aad Ttoenty -^— ^ 783 
Tntatj tad Thirty— » 1071 



• 8212 

7848 

16060 

Decreafed in the Burials this Year 
Whereof have died, 



r Males — 12750 
BU RI ED { Females 13075 



tin all 
1998 



Thirty and Forty — 2439 

Forty and Fifty 2.363 

Fifty and Sixty 2106 

Sixty and Seventy— 1551 



Seventy and Eighty it 21 
Eighty and Ninety-- 5*9 
Ninety and a Handred toi 
A Hundred — • »— z 



C c 



— 25825 



A Hondred and Two — 4 

A Hundred and Thte*^ *• 

A Hundred and Fiv e |. 

A Hundred and Eleven— 1 

A General 



1739- 
, A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials,^ 

From the 12th of December 1738, to the i ith of December 1739. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of Parifh Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LB AN in Wood-ftreet 29 

•**• Alhallows Barkin — 55 

Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 1 1 

Alhallows rhe Great 50 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 2 

Alhallows the Lefs 24 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 1 7 

Alhallows Staining 16 

Alhallows on London Wall 61 
Jit Alphage near Sion College 1 7 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 9 

St Andrew Underfliaft 41 

St Andrew Wardrobe 66 

St Ann within Aldcrfgate — 49 

Sc Ann in Black Friars 127 

St Anthony, vulg. Ancholin 8 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auflin — 16 
StBartholomew by Exchange 22 
St Bcnedift, v. Bennet Fink 7 
St Bennet Graccchurch - ■ — 9 
St Bennet at Paul's Wharf 26 

St Bennet Sherehog - 1 

St Botolph .It Billinfgate — 
Chrilt Church Parifh •^— 

St Chriftopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

Si Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King • 

St Ethelburga's Parilh 



4 
lOI 

10 

2H 

'7 
26 

29 

6 

8 



Bur. 

Gregory by St Paul's — 96 
Helen near Bilhopfgate — 28 
James in Duke's Place — 1 5 
James at Garlickhithe — 
John ^aptift by Dowgate 

John the Evangelift 

John Zachary — 

Katherine Coleman 

Katherine Creechurch — 

Laurence Jewry 

Laurence Pountney ■ 



30 
21 

3 
8 

35 
50 

33 
12 

15 
10 



Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
Magnusby London Bridge 28 
Margaret in Lothbury— 34 

Margaret Mofcs 

Margaret in New Fifli-ftr. 

Margaret Pattons 

Martin Ironmonger-lane 

Martin at Ludgatc 

Martin Orgars 



Martin Oiicwich 

Martin Vintrey — • 

Mary Abchurch — — 
Mary inAldermanbury — 
Mary Aldermary — — 
Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

Mary Colechurch 

Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
Mary Magd. in Milk-fir. 
Mary Magd. Old Fifli-ftr. 



3 

o 

10 

14 

13 
10 

S 

35 
14 

31 
20 

12 

3 
1 

56 



St Faith under St Paul's — 

St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. i>c Mary Magd.Uld Fiili-ltr. 35 

St George in Botolph- lane — 

Chriftcned in the ninety-l'even Parifhes within the Walls 1331 



Mary Mounthaw — — 
Mary Somerfet — — ^ 

Mary Staining — 

Mary Woolchurch 

Mary Woolnoth 



Bur. 
9 

39 
20 

o 

12 

6 

23 
18 
2a 



Matthew in Friday- flreet 

Michael BafTifhaw 

Michael in Cornhill 

Michael in Crooked-lane 
Michael at Queenhithc — 24 

Michael at Quern 

Michael Royal ■ — 

Michael in Wood-ftreet 
Mildred in Bread-ftreet 
Mildred in the Poultry 

Nicholas Aeons 

Nicholas Coleabby 

Nicholas Olavc 



Olave in Hart-ftrcet 

Olave in the Old Jewry 
Olavc in Silver-ftreet — 
Pancras in Pancras-lane 

Peter in Cheapfide 

Peter in Cornhill 

Peter near Paul's Wharf 
Peter Poor in Broad -ftr. 
Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 60 
Stephen in Walbrook — 7 
Swithin at London-ftonc 
Thomas the Apoftlc 



8 
II 

I 

I 

2 I 
8 

40 
I 

'9 
2 

6 

21 

»7 

5 



Trinity Parifh — 



St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



St Andrew in Holborn — 11 07 
St B.arthnlomcw the Great-- 6S 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 23 
St Botolph by Aldcrfgate — 255 
St Botolph by Aldgatc 7S2 



Bridewell Precinft 



2S 



St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 240 

St Dunftan in the Weft 168 

St George in Sourhwark — 367 

St Giles by Cripplegatc 724 

St John in Southwark 375 



St Botolph byBifhopfgate-^614 

Ciwiftencd in the feventeen Parifhes without the Walls 4450 



Buried 2115 

St Olave in Southwark — 44I 
St Saviour in Southwark — 736 

St Sepulchre's Parifti 681 

St Thomas in Southwark — i6r 

Trinity in the Minorics z6 

ThcPeft-houfb — 

Buried 6798 



I 



I 
I 
I 



^ 



St Ann at Limehoufe ——150 
Chrift Church in Surrey — 197 
Chrift Church in Middlefex 763 

Sc Dunftan at Stepney 995 

St Giles in the Fields 985 

St George in Bloom/bury — 520 
St George in Middlefex 618 



St George by Queen's fquare 2 59 
St James at Clerkenwcil — 5 1 o 

St John at Hackney 184 

St John at Wapping 260 

St Katherine near tlie Tower 196 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 850 
St Luke in Middlefex 959 



St Mary in Whitcchapcl — 1 1 14 

St Paul at Shadwell 404 

Chriftened in the twenty-one Out Pariflies in Middlefex and Surrey 6585 Buried 



St Mary at Iflington -ziS 

St Mary at Lambeth 539 

St Mary Magd. Bcrmondfey448 

St Mary at Newington 364 

St Mary at Rotherhith 240 



10773 



St Ann in Weftminfter 
St Clement Danes 



-520 



St James in Weftminfter 1 1 81 
St Margaret inWeftminft. 1022 
St Martin in the Fields — 1266 



St George by Hanover-fqu. 730 

»St J ohn the Evangelirt 171 
Chriftened in the tenParifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3815 
A 



St Mary le Strand loi 

The Precindt of the Savoy 83 
St Paul in Covent Garden 297 



Buried 5746 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



Bortivc anJ Stilborn 602 
3 



-A. Aged 

Ague - 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 194 

Ailhma and TilTjclc — 638 

Be<driddcn — 

Bleeding 



FiJtuia 

Flux — 

French Pox - - 

Gout 

Gravel, Stone, 



Bloody Flux 

Buriien and Rupture- 

Cancer — 

Canker 

Childbed — 

Colicic, Gripes, 
Twifting of 

Guts 

Confumption - 
Convulfion — 



and ) 

8 Strangury — ) 
3| Grief 

9 Headmoldfliot, Hor- 
20 Ihoehead, and Wa- 



9 

10 

116 

48 



and ' 

the! 



^ 



- 50 

- 8 

- 260 

I 280 

-4429 

-7371 
Cough and Hooping ? 

Cough J ' 

Diabetes — i 

Dropfy locy 

Evil 32 



\ 



ter in the Head 

Jaundies 

Impofthume 

Inflammation 

Itch 

Leproly 

Lethargy — 

Livergrown 

Lunaiick . — 

Meafles — 

MifcaVriage - 

Mortification 

Pally 



10 

155 

X2I 
22 

39 
4 
4 
5 

IC 

34 
326 

3 
258 

37 

53 
19 

4 



Rheumatifm 
Rickets — 



23^ 

80 



Rifing of the Lights — 1 1 

St Anthony's Fire 6 

Scald Head 

Small Pox — 1690 

Sores and Ulcers 37 

Sore Throat — 2 

Spleen 



ASUALTIES. 



DRoken Limbs 

AJ Burnt 

Drowned — — 



Stoppage in the Stomach 206 
Surfeit — . 

Swelling 

Teeth 

Thrufh — — _ 

Tympany 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 

Worms — 

White Ives — 



1372 
104 

2 

5 

10 

4 




Exceflive Drinking — 
Executed — '- 

Found dead -^ 

Fradlured Skull 



the Bite of 1 



FevcrjMalignantFc-") Pleurify — -^ 

ver. Scarlet Fever, L Quinfy 

Spotted Fever, and f 3334 Raflj . 

I fHirples J 

H^ r Males — 

^^B CHRISTENED \ Females 

^^^^ In all 

^^^H^K Decreafed in the Burials this Year 

^ Under T 



Killed by the Bite of 
a Cat 

Killed by a Dog 
Kilted by Falls and! 
feveral other Acci- f 
dents — J 

Made away themfelvcs 
Murdered — ■ 

Overlaid — 

Poifoned - ■ — 

Scalded — 

Stabbed 

Starv'd byHungex orCold 
Suffocated — 



12 
3 

9» 

47 
12 

43 

7 



55 

4S 
7 

102 

2 

4 

I 

9 
3 



Total 445 



8228 
16181 



BURIED 



f Males — 
Females 
In all — 



12416 
13016 

25432^ 



393 



Under Two Years of Age 9687 
Sctwcen Two and Five — 2302 
J/'ive and Ten ■ 84.4 

Ten and Twenty ■ 875 

Twenty and Thirty — j866 



Thirty and Forty — 
Forty and Fifty — 
Fifty and Sixty ■ 
Sixty and Seventy — 
Seventy and Eighty 



Whereof have died, 



2218 
2378 
2039 
1421 
1 166 
C 



Eighty and Ninety — 
Ninety and a Hundred 

A Hundred 

A Hundred and Two 



547 
76 
3 
4 
A Hundred and Three 1 

2 



A Hundred and Four — 
A Hundred and Five — 
A Hundred and Eight— 

A Hundred and Ten 

AHund. and Thirty-eight 

A Geneul 



A General BILL of all the Chrlftenings and Burials^ 

From the nth of December 1739, to the i6th of December 1740. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifh Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 



St A LEAN In Wood-ftreet 3 1 



7' 
12 

3 



**• Alhallows Barkin 
Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 

Alhallows the Great 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows the Lefs 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 19 

19 
53 
30 
24 
44 
97 

n 
10 



Alhallows Staining 
Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew UnderlhaFt 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderlgate — 

St Ann in Black Friars 

St Anthonyj viilg. Antholin 



St Auguftin, viilg. Aullin— 15 
St Barcholopnew by Exchange 19 
St Benedidl, v. Bcnnet l*inTc 16 
St Bennet Gracechurch - - 
St Bennet at Paul's Wharf- 
St Bennet Shcrehos; 



St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church Parifh 

St Chriftopher's PariOi 

St Clement near Eaflchcap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Diinftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund tlic King 

St Ethelburca's Parifli 

St Faith under St Paul's — 



14 

42 

o 

4 

13 
13 
36 
56 
10 
24 

39 
II 

14 



Gregory by St Paul's — 96 
Helen near Birtiopfgate — 34 
James in Duke's Place — 23 
James at Garlickhithe — 29 
John Baptift by Dowgate 24 

John the Evangelift— 

John Zachary — 

Katherine Coleman 

Katherine Creechurch — 

Laurence Jewry 

Laurence Poiintney 



3 
o 

48 

51 
22 

9 
10 

24 



Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
Leonard in Foftcr-lane — 
Magnus by London Bridge 20 
Margaret in Loth bury — 24 

Margaret Mofes 5 

o 

15 
10 

9 

10 

1 1 

33 
1 1 

42 

22 

25 
o 

o 



Margaret inNewFifli-flr. 

Margaret Pattons '— 

Martin Ironmonger-lane 

Martin at Ludgate 

Martin Orgars — 

Martin Outwich ' 

Martin Vintrey 

Mary Abchurch 



Mary in Aldermanbury-- 

Mary Aldermarj' 

Mary Ic Bow in Cheapfide 
Maiy Bothaw at Dowgate 

Mary Colechurch 

Mary Hill by Billinfgate 44 
Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. i 
Mary Magd. Old Fifli-ftr. 43 



St Mary Mountkaw 
St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch ■ 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BafllOiaw 

St Michael in Cornhill — — 
St Michael in Crooked-lane 



12 

40 

25 
O 

II 

II 

27 

>7 
29 

St Michael at Qucenhithe — 50 
St Michael at Quern ■ 7 

St Michael Royal 13 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet— 3 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet— 1 1 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 16 

St Nicholas Aeons 2 

St Nicholas Coleabby • 1 5 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet— 
St Olave in the Old Jewry 



St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph -lane — 

Chriftcned in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Wafls 1279 Buried 2586 

Bridewell Preclnft 



I 



St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 62 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 16 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parifh 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



10 

73 
4 

t* 

39 
20 
16 



»7 
22 

24 
34 



St Andrew in Holborn — i 3 1 5 
St Bartholomew the Great-- y^ 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 25 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 278 

St Botolph by Aldgate ■ 953 

St Botolph by Bi(h(jpfgate-^693 



29 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 353 
St Dunftan in the Weft - --2 1 8 
St George in Southwark — 342 

St Giles by Cripplegate 943 

St John in Southwark 448 



"5»4j 



St OUve in Southwark 

St Saviour in Southwark — 749 

St Sepulchre's PariQi 827 



Chnftencd in the fcTenteen Pariflies without the Walls 



St Thomas in Southwark — 205 

Trinity in the Minories 341 

The Peft-houfe — 

385a Buried 8oor 



t746- 



5t Ann at i^imehoufc «o 

Chrift Church in. Surrey — 208 
Chrift Church in Middlefex 940 

St Dunllan ac Stepney 121 7 

Sc Giles in the Fields 1274 



it Oeorge by Queen's fquare 322 
St James at Clerkenwell — 613 

St John at Hackney 221 

St John at Wapping 291 

ScKatherine near the Tower 353 
St Leonard in Shoreditch 1058 
St Luke in Middlefex —1257 



St George in Bloomftjury^ — 606 
Sc George in Middlefex -* — 873 

Chriftened in the twenty-one Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 61 41 



St Mary at Iflington — —267 

St Mary at Lambeth 5 1 1 

St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 557 
St Mary at Newingron 410 



St Mary at Rotherhith 331 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 1272 
St Paul at Shadwell 566 



Buried 13250 



St Mary le Strand ■ 



Sr Ann in Weftminfter 629 

Sc Clement Danes — 573 

St George by Hanover-fqu.636 

Sc John the Evangel ift 265 

Cliriftened in the ten Parilhes in the City and Liberties of Weflminfter 3955 



St James in Wedminfler 1462 
St Margaret in Weftminft.1268 
St Martin in die Fields — 1498 



U2 

The Precinft of the Savoy i §6 
St Paul in Covent Garden 361 



Buried 6980 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



' A Bortive and Stilborn 554 

■^^ Aged 2591 

Ague 6 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 228 
Allhma aiid Tiflick — 1 153 

- 23 

- 8 
6 

28 

56 
6 

227 



Bedridden — 

Bleeding 

Bloody r lux 



Burflcn and Rupture- 
Cancer — . 

Canker 

Childbed • 



Colick, Gripes, 
Twiftine of 
Guts 



and-t 
the I 



Confumption - 

Convulfion — 

Cough and Hooping > 
Cough — J 

Diabetes — 

Dropfy 

Evil — 

Kallinff Sicknefs — 
Fever, Malignant Fe- 
ver, Scarlet Fever, 
Spotted Fever, and 
Purples 



296 

4919 
8479 

280 



— 1219 

— 50 

— I 

5-4003 



Fiftula — 

Flux - 

French Pox — 

Gout - 

Gravel, Stone, and ) 



Strangury — 

Grief 

Head-ach — 
Headmoldfhot, Hor 
flioehead, and W 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies — • 

Impofthumc — 

Inflammation 

Itch — 

Leprofy ■ 

Lethargy ^— — 
Livcrgrown — 
Lunatick — — 
Meafles 



J 



4 



8 

16 

162 

60 

43 
12 



165 

108 
28 

35 



Mifcarriage — 
Morufication - 

P^fy 

Pleurify — - 

Quinfy ' 

Raih - 



— 7 
— 90 

— 46 



3'8 
43 
70 
18 



Rhcumatifm — 
Rickets — — 



38 
81 



2725 
1 



Rifing of the Lights — 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scald Head 

Scurvy 

Small Pox 

Sores and Ulcers - 
Spleen — — 
Stoppage in the Stomach 185 

Surfeit — 5 

Swelling 8 

Teeth — 1708 

Thrulh 136 

Tympany — 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 
Worms — ■- — 



13 



IT 



CASUAttlES. 

BRoken Limbs 1 

Bruifed — 

Burnt 

Choaked — 

Died by the cutting I 
off a Leg — J 

Drowned — 

Exceflive Drinking — 

Executed — 

Found dead — 

Fraaurcd Skull 

Frighted ^- ■ 

I'rozen to Death 

Killed by Falls and^ 
feveral other Acd- > 
dents — * 

Made away themfelves 

Murdered — 

Overlaid — 

Scalded — -= 

Shot 

Smothered — 

Starved — 

Suffocated — 



Total 



r Males — 
CHRISTENED { Females 



tJnder Two Years of Age 1 0765 
Betweeft Two and Five— 7862 
five and Ten — ■■ 1235 

Ten and Twenty — — 947 
Twetity and Thirty — ■ 2x05 



7833 

7398 
(. In all — 15231 
Increafed in the Burials this Year 
Whereof have died. 



! Males ■^- 14985 
Females 15826 
In all — 30811 

5379 



19 

5 

1 1 



97 
52 
'3 
55 

I 

2 

40 

4 

I 

2 

15 

} 

462 



Thirty and Forty — 2783 

Forty and Fifty 2866 

Fifty and Sixty 2585 

Sixty and Seventy — 1977 



Seventy and Eighty — 1 7 1 6 J A Hundred and Tw 



Eighty and Ninety — 758 
Ninety and a Hundred 100 

A Hundred — 2 

A Hundred and One — z 



A Hundred and Three- 
A Hundred and Four — 
A Hundred and Five — 

A Hundred and Six 

A Hundred and Seven— 

A General 



1 741- 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials,^ 

From the i6th of December 1740, to the 15th of December 1741. 

According to the Report made to the King's nioft excellent Majcftj^ 
By tlie Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LEAN in Wood-ftreet 3 1 
-**• Alhallows Barkin — 79 

5 
76 

I 
29 

17 
3' 

45 
14 
16 

cjH 

57 



Alhallows in Bread-llrcet — 

Alhallows the Great 

Alhallows in lioney-lane — 

Alhallows the Lefs 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftrect 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows on I-ondon Wall 
St Alphage nearSion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 



Bur. 

St Gregory by St Paul's — 94 
St Helen near Bifliopfgatc — 39 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary 



St Ann within Aldcrfgate — 

St Ann in Black Friars ib'4 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 
St Bartholomew byExchange 
St Benedidl, v. Bennet Fink 

St Bennet Graccchurch 

St Bennet at Pad's Wharf — 

St Bennet Shcrehog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church Parilh 1 

St Chriftopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eafl: 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethclburga's Pari 111 



12 

20 
16 

53 
o 

4 
76 

21 
12 

3' 

56 

14 

35 
34 
12 

14 



29 

41 
21 

4 
34 
44 
56 
39 

9 

''I 
19 

42 

27 

5 
o 

12 

15 

15 
22 

2 

49 
21 

St Mary inAldcrmanbury — • 44 

St Mary Aldermary 24 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 32 

St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate i 

St Mary Colechurch o 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 41 

St Mary Magd, in Milk-llr 



St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eallcheap — 
St Leonard in Poller- lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret in New Fifli-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger- 
Si Martin at Ludgate - 
St Martin Orgars 



lane 



St Martin Outwich — 
St Martin Vi.-itrcy — 
St Mary Abchurch 



St Mary Ma|d. Old Filh-llr. 46 1 St Vedaft, aHas Fofter 



St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane^ 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 1262 

Bridewell PrccintEl — 



St Mary Mounthaw • 
St Mary Somerfet — 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew in Friday-ftrect 

St Michael BaffiOiaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Qiieenhithe — 43 

St Michael at Qiiern 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet — 
Sc Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons • 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 

St Olave in Silver-ftrcet 

St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad -ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 
St»Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftle • 

Trinity Parifli 



9 

'3 

9 
It 



I 



57 

5 

*3. 



P 



31 

»5 

14 

59 
13 

J 2 
16 



20 

30 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1399 
St Bartholomew the Great — 94 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 1 4 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 283 
St Botolph by Aldgate ^1000 
St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 755 



40 
St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 307 

St Dunftan in the Weft 170 

St George in Southwark • — 466 

St Giles by Cripplegate 947 

St John in Southwark 460 



Buried 2738 
St Olave in Southwark - 



-665 
St Saviour in Southwark — 866 

St Sepulchre's Parifti 864 

St Thomas in Southwark — 216 

Trinity in the Minories 45. 

The Peft-houfc 



I 



jChriftcned in the fevcnteen Parilhes without the Walls 385 x 



Buried 8501 



St Aim at Llmehoufe ■ 257 
Cbrill Church in Surrey — 257 
Chrift Church in Middlefex 942 

StDundan at Stepney 1296 

St Giles in the Fields 1 186 



I 741. 

St George by Queen's fquare 329 
St James at Clerkenwell — 665 

St John at Hackney 247 

St John atWapping ^55 

StKatherine near the Tower 243 
St Leonard in Shoreditch 108 1 
St Luke in Middlefex — 1369 



Sc Mary at Iflington — 274. 

St Mary at Lambeth 606 

St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 582 

St Mary at Ncwingtori 469 

St Mary at Rotherhith 393 



St Mary in Whitechapel — 1496 
St Paul at Shadwell 542 



St George in Bloomfbury — 574 
St George in Middlefex — 842 

Chrillcned in the rwenty-one Out Pariflies in Middlefex and Surrey 6080 Buried 14010 

St Ann in Weftminftcr — 525 

Si Clement Danes 48 7 

St George by Hanover-fqu.779 
St John the Evangel ift — — 256 



St James in Weftminfter 1 342 
St Margaret in'Weftminft.1372 
St Martin in die Fields — 1506 



St Mary le Strand 



U3 



The Precindl of the Savoy 185 
St Paul in Covent Garden 335 



Chriftcncd in the ten Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3704 Buried 6920 
DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A Bonlve and Stilborn 548 

■** Aged 25 1 2 

Ague 3 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 230 
AAhma and Tiffick — 646 
Bedridden - 
Bleeding — 
BtoodyFlux 



Burften and Rupture- 
Cancer — 

Ciinkcr 

Childbed 



»7 
5 
20 
16 
62 

5 
256 

258 

-4981 
-8250 



Colick, Gripes, and ' 
Twilling of the \ 

Guts 

Confumption 

CoflvulAon — 

Cough and Hooping ) 

Cough 5 

Diabetes — 

Dropfy — 1058 

Kvll 31 

F. '<nefs 1 



1 09 
3 




Fiftula 
Flux - 



French Pox — 

Gout 

Gravel, Stone, and 

Strangury 
Grief ■ -- - ■ 
Head-ach — 



ne, and ) 



q 



Hcadmoliifliot, H 
(hochcad, and Wa- 
ter in the Head 
Jaundics ——^— 
Impoftliume — 
InflaiTimatioti — 
Itch 



Leprofy — — 

Lethargy 

Lunaticlc — 

Mcafles ^ — 



Mifcarriage — 
Mortification - 
Palfy 

Pleurify 

Quinfy — — 

Ra(h 

Rheumatifm — — 



i6| 

31 

128 
46 

53 

10 
I 

129 

161 

25 

33 

5 

9 

6 

71 
42 
5 
28 
48 
44 

'3 
6 

26 



Rickets — 

Rifing of the Lights- 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scald Head - 

Small Pox 

Sores and Ulcers 



50 
13 

— 5 

— a 

— «977 

— 19 

Sore Throat 3 

Stoppage in the Stomach 197 

Surfeit — 8 

Swelling — 3 

Tccih 1 50 1 

Thrufli . 158 

Tympany — 2 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 20 
Worms 16 

t*t*t*t*t*tftt*t« 



Ca 



S U A t T I E S. 



BRoken Limbs 
Bruifed 

Burnt — 

Choaked — — 



Died by cutting off? 
her Bread — J 



Died of a Wound 
Died in the Street- 



Died by the Bite of j 



a mad Dog 



Drowned — 

Exccflive Drinking — 

Executed — ^ 

Found dead 

Found hang'd 

Fraiffuied Skull 

Frighted — 

Killed by the Kick ) 

of a Horfc — J 
Killed by 

fcvcral 

den:s 
Made away thcmftlvcs 

Murdered — 

Ovcilaid — 

Scalded 

Shot by Accident 

Stabbed — ■ 

Starved —— 

Suffocated - — 



oric — J 

by Falls andl 
other Acci- f 



116 

56 

7 

7» 

I 

S 
I 



43 

5» 
8 

70 
2 
2 
r 

»3 
I 



Total 466 



i Males — 7667 
Females 7290 
In all — 14957 



f Males — 15465 

Females 16704 

In all — 32169 
Jncrcafed in the Burials this Year 1358 



Whereof have died. 



UoderTira Years of Age 104^6 Thirty and Forty — 3476 Eighty and Ninety — 734 

Between Two and Five — 2j6S Forty and Fifty 3731 

five ud Ten 1072 Fifty and Sixty 2851 

Tea and Twenty 1048 Sixty and Seventy — 1933 

Twenty and 'Fhirty 2816 Seventy and Eighty ijdO 

a. b. By the NcgIcO of the Parilh Clerk of Si George Hanover fquare, there are 245 omitted to be reported by him 



F.ighty and Ninety — 
Ninety and a Htindred 

A Hundred 

A Hundred and One 



130 

5 

I 



A Hundred and Two — 
A Hundred and Thrce^ 
A Hundred and Four — 
A Hundred and Six 



this Year, which' ate not iircladcd in this Accuunt, 



1743- _ 

A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials^. 

From the 14th of December 1742, to the 13th of December 1743. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LB AN inWood-llreet 33 

•^^ Alhallows Barkin — 64 

Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 11 

Alhallows the Great 49 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows the Lefs — ■ 14 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 23 

20 
38 
19 
14 
41 
54 
39 
135 
6 

5 
19 
14 

7 

49 
I 

6 

100 
10 

8 
30 
57 
14 
24 

23 



Alhallows Staining 
Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 

St Ann in Black Friars 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 
St Auguftin, vulg Auftin — 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Benedift, v. Bennet Finlc 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Sherchog 

St Botolph at Billinfgatc — 
Chrift Church Parifii 

St Chriftopher's Parilh 

St Clement near Eaftchcap 
St Dionis Backchurch — — 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King — — 
St Ethelburga's Pai ifh 



Bur. 
St Gregory by St Paul's — 54 
St Helen near BifhopfgatC' — 28 
Sr James in Duke's Place — 30 
St James at Garlickhithe — 29 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 20 
St John the Evangelift- 
St John Zachary 



St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Crcechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Foller-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 3 1 
St Margaret in Lothbury- 
St Margaret Mofes 



} 

20 

49 

5i 

43 
16 

II 

13 



St Margaret in New Filli-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Marc in Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrcy 

St Mary Abchurch 



St Mary in Aidcrmanbury-- 
St Mary Aldermary 



St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 
St Mary Colcchurch 



St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-fir. 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifh-ftr. 



25 
4 
o 

10 

'3 

12 

21 

6 

27 

23 
29 

25 
12 

4 
o 

32 
o 

23 



St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane-^- 

Chriftened in the nincty-feven Pariflies within the Walls 1 135 Buried 2138 



St Mary Mounthaw - 

St Mary Somerfet — —— 

St Mary Staining ^ 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew in Friday-llreet 

St Michael Riflifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithc — 
St Michael at Quern — ^— 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred in Bread-ftrect — 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Colcabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 
St Peter in Chcapfide — — ■ 

St Peter in Cornhill 

Sr Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 
Sr Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Swithin at London -ftone 

St Thomas tiie Apoftle 

Trinity Parilh 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



Bar. 

9 

27 

i6 

o 

iS 

12 
26 
16 

»5 

2 

I 
1 



I 



7 
II 

8 

12 

5 
37 

211 

3 

7 
30 

79[ 



St Andrew in Holborn —11 56 
St Bartholomew the Great-- 91 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 1 3 
St Botolph by Alderfgate— 238 
St Botolph by Aldgate — — 740 
Sc Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 437 



Bridewell Prccinft 8 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 227 

St Dunftan in die Weft 181 

St George in Soudiwark — 301 

St Giles by Cripplegatc 690 

St John in Southwark 357 



St Olave in Southwark 407 

St Saviour in Southwark — 61 41 
St Sepulchre's Parilh S lfX 

St Thomas in Southwark — 18 

Trinity in the Minories 3 jl 

The Peft-houfe — 



Chriftened in the fcventcen Parifhes without the Walls 4163 



Buried 6250 



StfApn at Limchoufe — ib! 
Ifwi'ft Church in Surrey — 149 
I thrift Church in Middlefex^oi 

St Dunftan at Stepney 1049 

St Giles in the Fields 102 1 

St G'^orge in Bloomfbury — 576 

St George in Middlefex 704 

Chriftened in the twenty-one 

St Ann in Weftminrtfer — 533 
St Clement Danes 455 



1742. 

^orgc by Queen's lquare295 
St James at Clerkenwell — 611 

St John at Hackney 201 

St John at Wapping 292 

St Katherine near theTower 222 
St Leonard in Slioredicck — 873 



St Luke in Middlefex - 



St Mary at Ifllngton - 



302 

St Mary at Lambeth 468 

St Mary Magd. BcTmondfey 549 

St Mary at Newington 348 

St Mary at Rotherhith 277 



St Mary in Wiiitcchapel — 1208 

•1245 St Paul at Shadwell 425 

Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 5489 Buried 11 724 

St Mary Ic Strand 98 

8.? 



St James in Wcllminftcr 11 14 
St Margaret inWeftminft. 1065 
St Martin in the Fields — 141 1 



The Precinift of the Savoy 

St Paul in Covent Garden 340 



St George by Hanover- fqu. 966 

St John the Evangelift 142 

Chriftened in the ten Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3645 Burled 6207 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



Jk Bortjve and Stilbom 530 

*** Aged 2131 

JVgue — 8 

L Apoplexy and Suddenly 235 
rAfthma and Tiifick — 585 

I Bedridden — -: 

Bloody Flux - 
Burltcn and Rupture- 
Cancer — ■ ■ 

Canker — — ■ 



Jd|Bd — 



8 

19 
19 

40 

9 
203 

2 



Jiclc, Gripes, and ) 
TwMhiig of the i 1 09 
Gutt 3 

^onJ'umption 4716 

"onvulfton 6020 

Cough and 
Cough 

Diabetes — 
.pfy — 



Fiftula 

Flux 

French Pox - 

Gout »— 

Gravel, Stone, 



;, and 7 



Hooping 1 



122 

I 
•mo 



Tailing Sicknefs 
F'erer^alignantFc- ' 
vcr, Scarlet " 
Spotted F 
Plfrplei 



lignantFc-"J 
let Fever, I 
•ever, and f 



24 
I 

SI08 



Stranguiy 

Grief 

Headmoldfliot, Hor- 
fljoehead, and Wa- 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies — 

Inipollhume 

Inflammation 

Lcprofy 

Lethargy — — 

Livergrown 

Lunatick 

Meafles — 

MifcaVriage 

Mortification — 

Palfy — 

Piles 

Pleurify — 

Quinfy 

Rheumati&n ^- 
Rickets — 



\ 



17 

27 

104 

54 
41 

12 
118 

24 

5' 

5 

IC 

■3 

8c 

981 

3 
271 

53 
I 

52 

21 

24 

47 



Rifing of the Lights — 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scald Head 

Scurvy — ■ 

Small Pox — 1 

Sores and Ulcers 

Sore Throat — 

Stoppage in the Stomach 

Surfeit — 

Swelling 

Teeth ^-^ 1 



Thrufli — 
Tympany 



Vomiting and Loofnefs 
Worms — 



5 

2 
429 

19 
I 

117 

4 

4 

358 
128 

3 
12 

J4 



Bite of 1 



t1'ttt+tttttt+t+tti'+ 
Casualties. 

BRoken Limbs 
Bmifcd 

Burnt — 

Choaked - 

Crufli'd — 

Died Ln the Street — 



Died by the Bite of 5 

a mad Dog 
Drowned — 
Exceffivc Drinking — 

Executed 

Found dead — ■ — — 

Found hang'd 

Fraflurcd Skull 

Killed by Falls andl 

feveral other Acci- > 

dents — J 

Made away thcmfelves 

Murdered — ^ 

Overlaid — 

Poifoned - — 

Scalded — 

Shot 

Smothered — 

Stabbed 

Starved — ■ 

Suffocated ^- 



104 

3& 

17 

67 
I 

3 

39 

33 
1 1 

63 
I 

4 

3 
I 
I 

12 
9 



Total 426 



3Ht 



f Males — 7048 
Females 6703 BURIED 
In all — i375» Lin all 

Decreafcd in the Burials this Year 4686 
Whereof have died, 



r Males — i35<;5 

< Females 13918 

— 27483 



jJJttdcT Two Years of Age 

twecQ Two and Five — 

and Ten 



9030' 
264.2 

^ '03S 

Ten and Twenty — 893 

Tircaty ud Tlurty i^ 2203 



rivt 



Thirty and Forty — 
Forty and Fifty 
Fifty and Sixty 
Sixty and Seventy — 
Seventy and Eighty 



:y — 2813 I Eight; 

2959] lijincr 

----^ \Hu 



•m\ 



iighty and Ninety — 582 

"ncty and a Hundred 100 

ndred — — — i 

^ Hundred and One 1 

A Hundred and Two 3 



A Hundred and Foot — 
A Hundred and Five — 
A Hundred and Seven — 
A Hundred and Ten 



A General 



1744- 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Buriali 

From the 13th of December I743> to the nth of December 1744. 

According to the Report made to tlic King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifh Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 



St A LB AN in Wood-ftreet 
-'*• Alhallows Barkin — 
Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 

Alhallows the Great 

Alhallows in Ploney-lane — 

Alhallows the Lefs 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 
Alhallows Staining — — 
Alhallows on London Wall 
SJt Alphage near Sion College 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 

St Andrew Underlhaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe — 



70 
10 

58 
1 

17 
13 

34 

2Z 
12 



- 23 

- 53 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 26 

St Ann in Black Friars 136 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 2 
St Aiiguftin, vulg. Auftin — 9 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 19 
St Benedid, V. Bennet Fink 15 

St Bennet Gracechurch 12 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf 35 

St Bennet Sherehog - 2 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 10 

Chrift Church Parilh • 83 

St Chrillopher's Parifh 9 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 3 

St Dionis Backchurch 22 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 47 

St Edmund the King 13 

St Ethelburga's Parifli 20 

St Faith under St Paul's — 23 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-flr, 4 
St George in Botolph-lane — 1 3 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Bilhopfgate — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelill 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch ■ — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — • 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 

St Margaret Moles 

St Margaret in New Fifli-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmongcr-lanc 
St Martin at Ludgate 



St Martin Orgars 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch — — 
St Mary in A Idermanbury — 
St Mary Aldermary — — 
St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifh-ftr. 



But. 

51 
21 
iS 

H 
22 

4 
12 

34 

23 

iS 

6 
10 

13 

24 

22 
2 
o 

10 
8 
6 

10 
3 

3i 
16 

25 

15 

iS 

6 

o 

34 
o 

29 



St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining — 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew in Friday-flreet 

St Michael Baffifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 

St Michael at Quern 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet 
St Mildred in the Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave — 



St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Fancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill • 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreec 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the ApoftJe 

Trinity Parifti 

St Vcdall, alias Fofter ■■- ■ ■ ■ 



Bur. 

8 

26 

10 

I 

6 

7 

25 
25 
'7 
25 
8 

14 
I 

7 
+ 
S 

3 

4 
23 

4 

16 

6 

3 

20 

»4 
12 

56 
II 
II 

»3 

7 

22 



I 
I 



Chriftened in the ninety-leven Parllhes within the Walls 1044 Buried 1768 

St Olave in Southwark -—349 
St Saviour in Southwark — 541 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 473 

St Thomas in Southwark — 182 
Trinity in the Minories — 32 

The Peft-houfe — 

Chriftened in the feventcen Parilhes without the Walls 3966 Buried 501 1 



St Andrew in Holborn 8 1 9 

St Bartholomew the Great-- 7 1 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 1 o 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 182 

St Botolph by Aldgate 580 

St Botolph by Bilhopfgate — 424 



Bridewell Precinft 2 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 181 

St Duniian in the Weft 139 

St George in Southwark — 224 

St Giles by Cripplcgate 499 

St John in Southwark 303 



I 

i 
i 
i 

I 

I 



-i88 

Chrift Church in Surrey — 156 
Chrift Church in Middlefex 710 

St Dunllan at Scfpney 1027 

St Giles in tbc Fields 944. 

St George in Bloomfbury — 597 

St George in Middlefex 585 

Chrillened in the rwenty-one 

St Ann inWeftminftcr 657 

St Clement Danes 412 

St George by Hanover-fqu. 805 

St John the Evangelift 100 

Chrillened in the ten Parifhes 



1743- 

St George by Queen's fquare 328 

St James at ClerkenwelJ 543 

St John at Hackney 222 

St John at Wapping 269 

St Katherine near the Tower 212 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — Soo 

St Luke in Middlefex 1071 

Out Parifhes in Middlefex and S 

St James in Weftminfter — 1 163 
St Margaret in Weftmi n ft. 981 
St Martin in the Fields — 1263 



St Mary at Iflington 235' 

St Mary at Lambeth 4^4 

St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 484 

St Mary at Newington 290 

St Mary at Rotherhith 223 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 11 36 

St Paul at Shad well 439 

urrcy 5962 Buried 10923 

St Mary le Strand » 107 

The Precinft of the Savoy 90 
St Paul in Covent Garden 31 r 



in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3790 Buried 5889 
DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A Bf>rt!vc atrf Stilbom 6d r 

•** Aged 2429 

Ague 5 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 237 
Allhma and Tiffick — ' 
Bedridden — ■ 

Bleeding 

Bloody Flux ■ 

Burften and Rupture- 
Cancer — 

Can leer 

Childbed — 

Cold 



6n 

5 

2 

7 
21 
61 

8 

r76 
9 



Colick, Gripes, and^ 
Twifting of thci^ 136 
Guts 3 

Confumption 4353 

Convulfion — b-jbi 

Cough and Hooping ) 
Cough — J ' 

Diabetes — — ^— 

Dropry 1043 

Evil ^-^ ■ 21 



Fever,MalignantFc- 
ver. Scarlet Feve 
Spotted Fever, and 



! 



3837 



fie, and I 



Fiftula 

Flux - 

French Pok — 
Gout ■ — 

Gravel, Stone, and 

Strangury 

Grief 

Headmoldfliot, Hor- 

fhoehead, and Wa^ 

ter in the Head 

Jaundles — 

Impofthume — 

inflammation — — 
Itch 



} 



Leprofy 

Lethargy — 
Lunatick — 
Meafles -— 



Mifcarriage — 
Mortification 

Palfy 

Pleurify 

Quinfy - 

Ra(h 

Rhcumatifm - 
Rickets 



10 
23 
64 

54 

34 

3 

124 

134 

29 

6c 

5 

4 

7 

75 
17 

3 

206 

40 

51 
29 

4 

JS 

2 



Rifmg of the Lights — 
St Anthony's Fire — 

Scald Head — 

Small Pox — — 
Sores and Ulcers - 



S 
4 
I 

2029 

Stoppage in the Stomach 83 
Surfeit I 

- 4 
•1121 

- 89 
I 

- ic 



Swelling — 

Teeth 

Thrulh 

Tympany 

Worms 



■Ti rfk ^1" -"^^ "^^ A^ ^^ ^A ^tft ^^^A4lb -..♦fc ^& 

WKwWaf wafwWw Ww WW 



Casualties. 

BRoken Limbs 
Bruifed 

Burnt — 



Choakcd with Fat 

Died by the Bite 
a mad Dog 

Drowned — 

Exceflive Drinkijig — 
Executed • - 



!ite of? 



5 
6 

12 
I 

3 

78 
36 

b 



Falls and") 
her Acci- f 



Found dead 

Fradured Skull 

Killed by Falls andl 

feveral other 

dents 

Killed in the Pillory — 
Made away themfclves 

Murdered — 

Overlaid ■ 

Poifoned — 

Scalded — 

Shot accidentally 

Smothered — 

Stabbed — 

Starved 

Suffocated 



S6 
3 

54- 



41 
6 

75 
I 
6 
2 

2 

I 

S 

4 



Total 404. 



{Males — 7726 
Females 7324 
In all 15050 



("Males - 
BURIED^ Females 



Under Two Years of Age 
Between Two and Five- 
Fipre and Ten — ■- 
Ten ajid Twenty . 



8621 

«9J5 

947 

.Twenty and Thirty — - 1935 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year. 
Whereof have died. 



(.In all 
2283 






12181 
13019 



2342 
261 1 



Thirty Bid Forty — 

Forty and Fifty 

Fifty and Sixty 2004 

Sixty and Seventy — 1729 

Seventy aad Eighty— 1507 

D 



Eiehty and Ninety — 629 
Ninety and a Hundred 93 
A Hundred — — — 3 
A Hundred and One — 1 
A Hundred and Two— i 
d 2. 



— 25200 



A Hundred and Three-- 3 

A Hundred and Four— 3 

A Hundred and Five — 2 

A Hundred and Six i 



A General 



1 745* 
A General BILL of all the Chrlftenings and Burials, 

From the nth of December 1744, to the loth of December 1745. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty^ 

By the Company of Pariih Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LEAN in Wood-ftreet 27 
•**> Alhallows Barkin — 5 
ilhallows in Bread-ftreet — 
Alhallows die Great ^ 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows the Lefs 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows on London Wall 

St Alphage near Sion College 

rSt Andrew Hubbard 



7 

39 
o 

15 
24 



Andrew Underibaft 



Andrew Wardrobe 

Sc Ann within Alderfgate — 
St Ann in Black Friars - 
St Andiony, vulg. Antholin 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Benedift, v. Bonnet Fink 

St Bcnnet Gracechurch 

1st Bennet at Paul's Whart— 

St Bcnnet Sherehog 

St Botolph at Billinfgatc — 

Chrift Church Parifh 

St Chriftopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 
St Dionis Backchurch — — 

St Dunftan in the Eafl; ■ 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parifli - — 
St Faith under St Paul's — • 



46 

»:^ 

3 
29 

47 

32 

128 

5 

9 

19 

10 

4 

S7 
o 

5 

93 
6 

7 
26 

49 
12 

21 

17 
10 

II 



St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane— 

Chriftened in the nihety-fevcn Parishes \fithin the Walls 



Bur. 
Gregory by St Paul's — 53 
Helen near Bifhoplgate — 25 
James in Duke's Place — 15 
James at Garlickhithe — 18 
John Baptift by Dowgate 1 8 

John the Evangelift- i 

John Zacbary — 15 

Kadierine Coleman 37 

Kadierinc Creechurch — 38. 

Laurence Jewry 12 

Laurence Pountney 13 

Leonard in Eaftcheap — 4 
Leonard in Foller-lane— 1 5 
Magnus by LondonBridge 13 
Margaret in Lothbury — 21 

Margaret Mofes i 

Margaret in New Fiih-ftr. c 
Margaret Pattons — — 9 
Martin Ironmonger-lane 10 

Martin at Ludgate ■ 1 1 

Martin Orgars — 15 

Martin Outwich 10 

Martin Vintrey 29 

Mary Abchurch ■ ■ ' ' 1 5 
Mary in Aldermanbury — 24 

23 

10 

6 



Mary Aldermary 

Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 

Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

Mary Colechurch o 

Mary Hill by Billinfgatc 25 
Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 2 
Mary Magd. Old Fifli-ftr. 2 3 



St Mary Mounthaw- 
St Mary Somerfet — 
St Mary Staining 



Jur. 



St Mary Woolchurch — — 
St Mary Woolnoth — — 
St Matthew in Friday- ftreet 

St Michael Baffifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Midiael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenliithe — 
St Michael at Quern ■■ 
St Michael Royal ■ — 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Brcad-ftreet — 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave — . 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill - ■■ ■ ■■ 
St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Swithin at London-ftone 
St Thomas the Apoftle — 

Trinity Pariftl — 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 



St Andrew in Holborn ■ 



■840 



1 104 Buried iy66 

St Olave in South wark 40 »; 
St Saviour in Southwark — 491 
St Sepulchre's Parifti "- '506 
St Thomas in Southwark — 15J 

Trinity in the Minories 2i 

The Peft-houfe — 

Chriftened in the fcventeen Parilhes without the Walls 3846 Buried 5077 



St Bartholomew the Great-- 53 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 10 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 170 

St Botolph by Aldgate 600 

St Botolph by Biftiopfgate — 403 



Bridewell Precin6b — t- o 
Sr Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 216 
St Dunftan in the Weft -> — 134 
St George in Southwark — 250 

St Giles by Cripplegate 443 

St John in Southwark— —323 



"SfAnn at Llmehoufe ai6 

Ciirift Church in Surrey — 143 
Chrift Church in Middlefex 66 1 

St Dunilan at Stepney 793 

St Giles in the Fields ——752 
St George in Bloomfbury — 384 
St George in Middlefex — 509 



1745 

St George by Queen's fquare26o 
St James at Clerkenwell — 386 

St John at Hackney 1 60 

St John at Wapping 237 

St Katherine near the Tower 178 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 770 
St Luke in Middlefex — 1017 



St Mary atlfljngton — —207 

St Mary at Lambeth -> 384 

St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 402 

St Mary at Newington 30 j 

St Mary at Rotherhith 257 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 1005 
St Paul at Shadwell 344 



Chriftened in the twenty-one Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 5644 Buried 9368 



Sr Ann in Weftminfter 640 

St Clement Danes — 298 



St James in Weftminfter — 972 
St Margaret in Weftminft. 838 
St Martin in the Fields— 1 106 



St George by H3nover-fqu,665 

St John the Evangelift 96 

Chriftened in the ten Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 34S4 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



St Mary le Strand 80 

The Precinft of the Savoy 1 26 
St Paul in Covent Garden #64 



Buried 5085 



A Boftivc and Stilbom 5 1 2 

^ Aged 1843 

Ague . 6 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 2 1 1 
Afibma and TiiEck — 533 
Bedridden — 

Bleeding 

Bloody Flux 



15 
46 



Burftcn and Rupture— 

Ciricer — 

Canker —— 

Childbed " — 197 

CoIti:k> Gnpes, and-* 
Twifling 0/ dveC 135 

Guts • 3 

Cunfu mption 40 1 5 

Coitvulfion — ——5728 



Cough and Hooping \ 
Cowgh — J '35 
Diabetes — — _ 

Dropfy — 1094 

L»jl — — 23 

FeveT,Malignant Fe- 
wer, Scarlet " 
Spotted Fever, 
Puqiles 



gnant Fe- T 
tet Fever, I , 
ever, and P^^o 



Fiftula ■ 

Flux — 

French Pox — 

Gout — 

Gravel, Stone, and 

Strangury 
Grief — 
Headnv'ldlhot, Hor 
(hoehead, and Wa 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies 

finpofthume - 
Ini^dinination — 
Itch - 



r, and > 



Leprofy ■ 
Lethargy — — 
Livcrgrown — 
Lunatick — — 

Meafles ■ 



Milcarriagc — 

Mortification ■ - 

Palfy 

Piles 

Pleurify — -_^— 
Quinty —— — — 
RaOi 



12 

34 
76 
55 

36 
II 



»54 

128 
22 
62 

4 
3 
5 

I 

75 
14 

3 

209 

41 
I 

59 

13 
6 



Rheumatifm — 
Rickets — — 



Rifing of the Lights — 
St Anthony's Fire - — 

Scald Head 

Sciatica >^ — 

Small Pox — 1 



Sores and Ulcers .- 

Sore Throat — — 
Stoppage in the Stomach 

Surfeit — 

Swelling 

Teeth — 1 

Thrurh 

Tympany — 

Vapours — ■ 
Vomiting and Loofnefs 
Worms — ■ i " 



— 13 

4C 

4 
I 

4 
1 

206 

21 

I 

112 
5 
7 

045s 

152 
2 
I 
2 

'31 






Ca 



SUALTISS. 



BRoken Limbs 
Bruiled 

Burnt 



Choakcd with Fat — • 

Drowned — 

Exceffive Drinking — 

Executed — :- 

Found dead — ' 

Fradturcd Skulls — — 

Frighted — 

Killed by Falls and' 
fcveral other Acci- 
dents — 

Murdered - 

Overlaid — 

Poifoncd ^~ 

Scalded — 

Self-Murder 

Smothered - 

Stabbed 

Starved — 

Suffocated - 



ndi 

='1 



10 

4 
II 

2 

99 
41 
»7 

5* 

lO 

X 
46 

3 

80 

I 

♦ 

32 

2 
2 

s 

7 



Total 429 



L 



{Males — 7278 
Females 6800 
In all — 14078 



r Males — 10468 
BURIED "! Females 10828 



Under Two Ye«r» of Age y68g 
Bdarcta Two and Five— 1 63 1 
fire and Tea .. -1 ■ 672 
Ten Mul Twenty 1 6z6 

Twenty and Thirty-— 1695 



i In all — 21296 
Increafcd in the Burials this Year 690 
Whereof have died, 



Thirty and Forty — 1940 

Forty and Fifty 2332 

Fifty and Sijtty 1741 

Sixty and Seventy — 138* 
Seventy and Eighty 1064 



Eighty and Ninety-- 437 
N i nety and a H undred 7 7 

A Hundred 3 

A Hundred and Two 1 



A Hundred and Three — 1 

A Hundred and Four — 1 

A Hundred and Five 3 

A Hundred and Ele\'cn— i 

A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the loth of December 1745, to the nth of December 1746. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty. 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



J 



Bur. 

St A LEAN in Wootl-ftrect 23 

-^ Alhallows Bai-kin— 85 

Alliallows inBrcad-Ilrect — 12 

Auiallows the Great 62 

Llhallows in Honey-lane — o 

Llhallows the Lefs 14 

Aihallows in Lombard-ftreet 24 

Alhallows Staining 

Aihallows on London Wall 



20 

59 

30 
6 

41 

64 



St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 42 

St Ann in Black Friars 171 

5 
7 

14 
14 
1 1 
26 
c 
10 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Bilhoplgatc — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelilt 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 



St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 



St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 
St Bartholomew byExchange 
St Benedift, v. Bennct Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 

St Bennet Sherchog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church Parifh 

St Chriftopher's Parilh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parifli 

St Faith under St Paul's — 



104 
II 

8 
41 
51 

13 
33 
25 
9 
13 



Bur. 

87 
41 
27 
26 

29 

2 

21 
38 

68 
26 

15 
13 
17 



St Leonard in Fofter-lane 

St Magnus by London Bridge 28 

St Margaret in Lothbury — 22 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret in New Fifli-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey — 
St Mary Abchurch 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somerfet — 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



Bur. 
• li 



f 
k 



3 

o 

15 

9 

25 
19 

9 
43 
10 



St Mary in Aldcrmanbury — 4 1 
St Mary Aldermary 23 



St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colcchurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Filh-ftr. 



9 

o 

29 

o 

29 



St Mattliew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BafTilhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill ■ 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 

St Michael at Qiiern 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet— 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave — • 

St Olave in Hart-flreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 

St Olave in Silver-ftreet 

St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 



10 

6 

38 
27 
28. 

4I 

II 



3« 
12 

25 
3 

e 

»4.| 



St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr 
St George in Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parilhes within the Walls 1058 



St Stephen in Coleman-ftrect 59., 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 19 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parilh 



St Vedaft, alias Fofter ■ 



2*1 

8 
201 

3S 



Buried 2 3 7? 



St Andrew in Holborn — 1 168 
St Bartholomew the Great —104 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 23 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 26 S 
St Botolph by Aldgate 827 



St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 537 



Bridewell Precindl — 



St Olave in Southwark 430 

St Saviour in Southwark — 698 

St Sepulchre's Parifli 648 

St Thomas in Southwark — 2iz 

Trinity in the Minories 25 

The Peft-houfe . 

Chriftened in the feventeen Parifhes without the Walls 4015 Buried 6747 



St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 259 

St Dunftan in the Weft 209 

St George in Southwark — 347 

St Giles by Cripplegate 622 

St John in Southwark 370 



I74<5. 



5t Ann at Lamenoule 204 

Cbrift Church in Surrey — 228 
Chrift Church in Middlefex 733 

St Dunftan at Stepney 803 

St George in Bloomfbury - — 500 

St George in Middlelex 824 

St George by Qiieen's fquare4i i 
St Giles in the Fields 1255 



St James at Clerkenwell — 622 

St John at Hackney 216 

St John atWapping 338 



StKatherine near the Tower 216 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 932 
St Luke in Middlefex — 1 3 1 3 
St Mary at Iflington 270 



St Mary at Lamhetn 'S"^^ 

St Mary Magd. Bermondley 468 

St Mary at Ncwington 376 

St Mary at Rotherhith 249 

St Mary in Whitechape! — 1297 
St Matthew at Bethnal Green 252 
St Paul at Shadwell 530> 



Chriftened in the twenty-two Out Parilhes in Middlefex and Surrey 5533 Buried 12566 



St Ann in Weftminfter — 898 

St Clement Danes 459 

St George by Hanover-iqu.8i8 
St John the Evangelift 68 



St James in Weftminfter 1237 
St Margaret in\Veftmini1:.i046 
St Martin in the Fields — 1316 



St Mary le Strand 79 

The Precinft of the Savoy 191 
St Paul in Covent Garden 354. 



Cliriftened in the ten Parifties in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3971 Buried 6466 
DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A Bortive and Stilborn 541 Filiula 
•^*' Aecd 24-24 



Agu 



15 



-2424 Flux 



Apoplexy and Suddenly 253 
Afthma and Ti flick — 553 
Bedridden ■ — 5 

Bleeding — — ^ 4 
Bloody Flux 



18! 



ripes, and^ 
of the > 



119 

-4887 



Burften and Rupture- 
Cancer — 

Canker 

Childbed — 

Colick, Gripes, 

Twiiting 

Guts 
Confumption ■ 

Convulfion — 6952 

Cough and Hooping J 

Dropfy — 1 1 96 

Evil — — 20 

Fever,Mal ignant Fe- 
ver, Scarlet ~ 
Spotted Fever, 
Purples 



gnantFe-T 
et Fever, ( , 
ever, and f^^ ? 



French Pox — 

Gout — 

Gravel, Stone, and 
Strangury — 



Grief 

Headmoldfhotv Her- * 
fhoehead, and ^Va- 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies ^' - 

Impofthume — — — 

Inflammation 

Itch 

Leprofy - 

Lethargy 

Livcrgrown - 
Lunatick — 
Meafles 



14 

40 

100 

60 

24 
5 

148 

— 130 
- — I 

— 8 

— t 

— 5 

— 4 

— 2 



Mifcarriage ^ 
Mortification - 

Pally - 

Plcurify ^-^ ~—^ 

Quinfy — ■ 

Ralh 



90 
25c 

3 

251 

61 



43 

17 



Rhcumatifm — — 

Rickets — 

Rifiiig of the Lights — 

St Anthony's Fire 

Scald Head ■ — 

Scurvy . - 

Small Pox \ 

Sores and Ulcers 



22 
39 

5 
I 

2 

3 

236 
28 



Sore Throat ) 

Stoppage in the Stomach 102 

Surfeit — 5 

Swelling — 3 

Teeth 1309 

Thrufli - 

Tympany 

Vapours 



Vomiting and Loofnefs 
Worms 



121 

2 
2 

7 
12 



Ca s u a t t I es. 



DRoken Limbs 



Bruifed 

3I Burnt — 



— 6 
— I 

_ 8 



the Bite of 



lite of } 



Choaked 
Died by 

a mad Dog 

Drowned — 

Exceflive Drinking — 

Executed — 

Found dead 

FraiSlurcs 

Frighted 

Killed by Falls and' 

fcvcral oth 

dents 
Killed by fighting- 
Murdered — - 

Oveiliid — 

Scalded - 

Self-Murder • — 
Shot accidentally - 
Stabbed — ■ — 
Starved — - 

Suffocated — — 



Falls and!, 
ther Acci- \ 



94 
28 
20 

5a 
S 

2 

42' 
2 

7 
5* 

5 
34. 

4 

4 
II 

6 



Total 384;^ 



S^ 



r Males — 7573 
CHRISTENED j Females 7004 
(in all — 14577 
Increafed in the Burials this Year 



f Males — 1 377 1 
Females 14386 
In all — 28157 
686l 



Under Two Year* of Age 9503 
Setween Two and Five^ 261 1 

Pive and Ten — — 1089 

Ten and Twenty 895 

.Twenty and Thirty-**— ^356 



Whereof have died. 



Thirty and Forty — 2728 
Forty and Fifty 2876 

Fifty and Sixty — — 2243 
Sixty and Seventy ^ 1699 



Seventy and Eighty 1444 
Eighty and Ninety — 625 
N inety and a II undred 7 8 
A Hundred •— ■ . 4 



A Hundred and One— i 

A Hundred and Three — 3 

A Hundred and Five — i 

A Hundred and Six — 1 



A General 



1 747- 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials^ 

From the i oth of December 1 746, to the 1 5th of December 1 747. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LBAN in Wood-ftreet 26 

-*^ Alhallows Barkin — 80 

Alhallows in Brcad-flreet — 

Alhallows the Great 



7 

47 

o 

26 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 1 4 

29 



Alhallows in Honey-lane 
Alhallows the Lefs 



Alhallows Staining 



Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage nearSionCollege 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underlhaft 



43 

34 

9 

38 
St Andrew Wardrobe 59 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 42 

St Ann in Black Friars 142 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 2 

St Augiiftin, vulg. Auftin — 

St Bartholomew by Exchange 

St Benedid, v. Bennet Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Sherehog 

Sc Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church Parilh 

St Chriftopher*s Parifh- — 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

Sc Dionis Backchurch — ' — 

St Dunllan in the Eail 

St Edmund the King 



7 
19 

19 
S 

43 
I 

3 
110 

8 

1 1 

33 
56 
16 

37 

19 

»7 
1 1 



St Ethelburga's PariHi 

St Faith iMider St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fcnchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-iane — 

Chrirtencd in tl>e nincty-ieven Parifhes within the Walls 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Bifhopfgate — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangeliil 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 



Bur. 
62 

30 
18 

25 

25 
2 

^9 

44 

50 
28 
12 



14 

23 
20 



St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus byLondonBridge 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 20 

St Margaret Mofes ■ 3 

Sc Margaret in New Filh-ftr. o 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Marcin Ironmonger-lane 

Sc Marcin at Ludgacc 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

Sc Mary Abchurch 

St Mary in Alderraanbury — 

St Mary Aldcrmary ^ — - 

St Marjj' le Bow in Chcapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 
St Mary Colechurch 



St Mary Hill by Biinnfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. OldFifli-ftr. 



9 
9 

15 

15 

S 

42 
21 

17 
1 8 

15 

5\ 
o 

40[ 

o 

25 



St Mary Mounthaw ■ ■■ ■ 

St Mary Somerfet 

Sc Mary Staining — — 
St Mary Woolchurch — — 
St Mary Woolnoth — — 
St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael Baffilhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 

St Michael at Quern 

Sc Michael Royal — 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet — 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby — •• — 

St Nicholas Olave 6 

Sc Olave in Hart-ftreet zi 

St ©lave in the Old Jewry 5 
Sc Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lanc 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 



Bar. 

10 

22 

12 

O 

9 

4 
27 

17 

a 

ao 

20 

H 
a 

4 
9 
5 
9 



21 

5 
3 
14- 
9 
7 



St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr, 

St Stephen in Coleman-rtreet 60 

St Stephen in Walbrook — t6 

St Swithiii at London-ftone 16 

Se Thomas the Apoftle — 10 

Trinity Parifh — 8 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 2 1 



St Andrew in Holborn 822 

St Bartholomew the Great-- 96 
St Bartholomew the Lefe — 22 
St Uotolph by Aklerigate 



Bridewell Precin<?b — — — - o 
Sc Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 2 5 1 
St Dunftan in the Wait —^181 
St George in Southwark — 307 
Sc Botolph by Aldgatc- ygj | St Giles by Cripplcgate 547 



• 2 22 



St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 461 



St John in Southwark 308 



092 Buried 2074 

St Olave in Southwark- 



-40i 



St Saviour in Southwark — 606 

St Sepulchre's Parifti 587 

St Thomas in Southwark — i8i 
Trinity in the Minories — — 3J 



I 
I 



Chriftened in the feventeen Parilhcs without the Walls 4214 



Buried 5800 



-215 

Chrift Church in Surrey — 192 
Chrift Church in Midtilefex 754 

St Dimilm at Stepney 435 

St George in B}oomli)ury^-420 
St George in Middkfcx -—681 
St George by Qiieen's fquare 352 
St Giles in the Fields J072 



1747- 

ames at Clerkenwell — 529 

St John at Hackney 223 

St John at Wapping 395 

St Katherine near the Tower 188 
St Leonard in Shoreditch 1027 
St Luke in MiddJcfex — 1 1 20 
St Mary at Iflington 275 



St Mary at Lamoeth — —479 
St Mary Magd. Bermondfcy 460 

St Mary at Newington 3 1 7 

St Mary at Rotherhith 276 

St Mary in Whircchapel — 1207 
St Matthew at Bcthnal Green 583 
St Paul at Shadwell 476 



Chriflened in the twenty-two Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 5621 Buried 11676 



St Mary le Strand • 



St Ann in Weftmlnftcr -—716 

St Clement Danes — 363 

St George by Hanovcr-fqu.998 
St James in Weftminfter 1 1 36 

Chriikned in the ten Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 4015 



St John the Evangel ill ■ 90 

St Margaret in Wcftminft. 979 
St Martin in the Fields — 1 1 24 



— 78 
The Precinft of the Savoy 151 
St Paul in Covent Garden 309 



Buried 



5944 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A Boiti ve and Stilborn 554 

**■ Aged 2010 

Ague 8 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 194 
AAluna and Tifltck — 416 
BedrMm — 
Bicedins 



3 
6 

18 

47 
4 
20 



Bloody Flux 

Burflen and Rupture— 

Cmcer — 

Canker 

Childbed 

Colick, Gripes, andi 
Twifting of thc> 160 

Guts i 

Cold 

Confiimption 4560 

Connjlfion — ^783 



Criugh and Hooping > 

CougK — J 

Diabetes — ■■ 

Drop/y — — — — 

EvU 

Falling Sicknefs ■. 



I5i 

3 
1 133 

2 



■}■ 



FeverjMalianantFC' 
ver. Scarlet Fever, 
Spotted Fever, and *^^ 
Purples • 

Fiftula 

Flux — 

French Pox — 

Gout 

Grief 

Gravel, Stone, and J 
Strangury — 3 

Headmojdftiot, Hor-'l 
fhoehcad, and Wa- > 
tcr in the Head 3 

Jaundies ■ 

Impofthume ■ 

Inflammation — - - — 

Itch 

Leprofy 

Lethargy — 

Livcrgrown 

Lunatick — 

Mcafles 



»3 
28 
69 

52 
6 

31 



150 

139 
12 

5 



Mifcarriage — 



Mortification 
Palfy — 



Pleurify — 

Quinfy 

Rafh 
Rheumatifm — 
Rickets 



Rifmg of the Lights — 

Scald Head 

Scurvy 

Small Pox 

Sore Throat — - 
Sores and Ulcers - 



227 

52 
3» 

24 
8 

10 

36 

4 

I 

5 

1380 

6 

28 



St Anthony's Fire 

Stoppage in the Stomach 
Surfeit -— 



4 
81 



5 

1283 

144 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 1 1 
Worms — — — 8 



Swelling ■ — -- 

Teeth — — 
Thrufli - 



DIT by a mad Dog 
'■' Broken Limbs — 

Bruifcd — 

Burnt 

Choakcd with Fat 

Drowned — 

Exceflive Drinking — 

Executed — 

Found dead ^^— — 

Fraftures — 

Frighted — • 

Killed by Falls and- 

feveral other 

dents 
Murdered 
Overlaid 
Scalded — 
Self-Murder 
Smothered ■ 
Starved — 



Falls and^ 
her Acci- i 



I 

4 
I 

13 
1 

102 
38 

7 
35 
IS 

2 

53 

7 

41 

4 

45 

I 

5 



{Males — 7737 
Females 7205 
In all — 14942 



I ^\^^ 



("Males — 
BURIED \ Females 



Total 375 



12417 
13077 



(.In all — 25494 



Vndot Two Yean of Age 8741 
Betweea Two and Five — 1085 
^ivc and Ten ^— ^^ 905 
Ten and Twenty — — 790 
Twenty ind Thirty <b-M a 190 



"Whereof have died, 



Thirty and Forty — 2649 

Forty and Fifty 27 1 7 

Fifty and Sixty '079 

Sixty and Seventy — 1544 
Seventy and Eighty 1199 

Decreafed in the Burials this Year 
E e 2 



Eighty and Ninety-- 
Ninety and a Hundred 

A Hundred 

A Hundred and One 



520 
68 



2663 



A Hundred and Two— 1 

A Hundred and Five— i 

A Hundred and Six 1 

A Hundred and Seven— ■ 



A Geo£raI 



1748- 
^ A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials^ 

From the 15th of December 1747, to the 13 th of December 1748. 
According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By tlie Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bu 



St A LEAN in Wood-ftreet 34 

■**■ Alhallows Barkin — 
Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 
Alhallows the Great 



71 

7 

o 



Alhallows in Honcy-lanc — 

Alhallows the Leis 23 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 1 7 

Alhallows Staining 16 

Alhallows on London Wall 6y 
St Alphage near Sion College 29 

St Andrew Hubbard 3 

Sc Andrew Underfhaft 35 

St Andrew Wardrobe 59 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 33 

St Ann in Black Friars 1 26 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 1 1 
St Augutlin, vulg. Auftin — 2 
Sr Bartholomew by Exchange 17 
St Benedict, v. Bennet Fink 20 

St Bennet Gracechurch • 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 

Si Bennet Shcrehog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church PariOi 

St Chrillopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dion is Back<:hurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parifli— 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr^ 
St George in Botolph-lane- 



JO 

35 
o 

9 
81 

5 
10 

22 

55 
14 
29 

9 
12 

7 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen nearBilhopfgate — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 
St Laurence Jewry 



Bur. 

69 

37 

»9 

19 
21 

3 

'9 

42 

43 
^7 
«4 
16 

^7 



St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 33 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 1 6 

St Margaret Mofes i 

St Margaret in New Fifli-ftr. o 

10 

'i 

24 

13 

7 

19 
13 
22 

21 
8 
6 



St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey — — — 
St Mary Abchurch 



St Mary in Aldermanbury — 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colcchurch o 

St Mary Hiil by Billinfgate 40 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. o 
St Mary Magd. Old f ifli-ftr. 20 



St Mary Mounthaw — 

St Mary Somerfet — 

St Mary Staining — 

St Mary Woolchurch - ^ 

St Mary Woolnoth — 

St Matthew in Friday-llreet 

St Michael Bafliftiaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 

St Michael at Quern 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-ftrect 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet— 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreer 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 

St Olave in Silver-ftreet 

St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Clieapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 49 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 14 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parifh 



Bar. 

7 
23 

2 
14 

6 

27 
19 

*7 
21 

2 

II 

3 

2 

6 

9 
7 
2 

47 
5 

^7 

I 

7 

22 

12 

7 



St Vedaft, alias Fofter- 



17 

>5 
6 

41 



Chriftened in the ninety-leven Parillies within the Walls 



St Andrew in Holborn 776 

St Bartholomew the Great — 82 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 20 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 2 2 2 
St Botolph by Aldgate 793 



Bridewell Precincl o 

St Bridget, vulg, St Bride's 240 
St Dunftan in the Weft — 165 
St George in Southwark • — 287 

St Giles by Cripplegate 527 

St John in Southwark 335 



1 01 4 Buried 1962 

St Olave in Southwark 347 

St Saviour in Southwark — 58/ 

St Sepulchre's Parifli 525 

St Thomas in Southwark— 188 
Trinity in the Minories — 3 1, 



■ 

I 



I 



I 



St Botolph by Biftiopfgate — 438 

Chriilened in the fcventeen Pariflies without the Walls 4032 Burled 5557 



1748. 

St James at Clerkenwell — 532 

St John at Hackney 237 

St John at Wapping 287 

St Katherine near the Tower 208 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 854 

St Luke in Middlefex 1058 

St Mary at Iflington 262 



St Ann in Middlefex --^—214 
Chrift Church in Surrey — 186 
Chrift Church in Middlefex 681 

St Dunftan at Stepney 465 

[fit George in Bloomfbury — 393 

It George in Middlefex 551 

5t George by Queen's fquare334 

it Giles in the Fields 1064) 

Chriftcned in the twenty-two Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 5316 Buried 10823 

St Ann in Weftminfter 539 

■37^ 



St Mary at Lambeth 41 2 

St Mary Magd. Bermondffy457 

St Mary at Ncwington 360 

St Mary at Rotherhith 281 

St Mary in Whitechapcl — 1 1 73 
St Matthew at Bethnal Green 449 
St Paul at Shadwell 365 



St Clement Danes 



St John the Evangelift 66 

St Margaret in Weftminft. 918 
St Martin in the Fields — 1009 



St Mary le Strand 



77 



The Precin6t of the Savoy 1 79 
St Paul in Covent Garden 330 



St George by Hanover-fq. 10 10 
St James in Weftminfter 1028 

Chriftcned in die ten Parifties in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3 791 Buried 5527 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A Bortive and Stilborn 48 1 

"'*' Aged 2127 

Ague — 9 

Apoplexy and Sud>ienly 222 
Allhma and Tiflick — 599 

Bedridden — 2 

Reeding — 5 

Bloody Flux 10 

Burftfn and Rupture— 14 
Cancer — —-^ 40 

Canker 6 

Childbed — 197 



Cotick, Gripes, and ) 
Twifting of theV iii 
Guts 3 

Confumption 4487 

Convulfion 594^' 



ISO 



Cough and Hooping i 

Cough 5 

JDiabeta — a 

tJropCy 1012 

Evil . 9 

Fiihila 5 

Flax -^— 47 



Fever,MalignantFe-'1 
ver, Scarlet Fever, ^.-.0 
Spotted Fever, and f-^' 

Purples J 

French Pox - ■ 73 

Gout 47 

Gravel, Stone, and 1 



Strangury 
Grief 



- J 



Head-ach — 

Headmoldfhot, Hor- 
Ihochcad, and Wa- 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies — 

Impofthume ■ 

Inflammation 

Jtch — 

Leproly 

Lethargy — — 

Livergrown 

Lunatick 

Meafles — 

Mifcatriage 

iVIortification — 



I 



32 
8 
1 

93 

164 

20 

34 

5 

7 

6 

I 

59 

10 

7 
231 



Paify 

Pleurify — 

Qiiinfy 

Rarti 



80 

76 

18 

6 



Rheumatifm ■ - 

Rickets i 

Scald Head — - 
Scun-y — ^ 

Small Pox —178 

- I 



Sores and Ulcers 

Sore Throat — ■ 

Stoppage in the Stomach 

Surfeit — 

Swelling 



5 
38 

3 
I 



Teeth 

Thrufh — — 

Tympany 

Vapours 



-1064 
- 94 
I 
I 
Vomiting and Loofnefs 1 1 
Worms — . . 2 



!k^ 



DIT by mad Dogs — 
*^ Broken Limbs — 

Bruiftd — 

Burnt 

Choakcd — 



Drowned — — 

Exceflive Drinking — 

Executed 

Found dead • — 

Frighted — -- 
Killed by Falls 

feveral other 

dents 
Murdered — 
Overlaid — 
Scalded 



•"alls and! 
er Acci- > 



Self-Murder — 
Smothered — — 
Starved — — 



2 

7 

7 
12 

I 

107 

25 
6 

55 
I 

56 

4 

37 

I 

40 
7 
3 



Total 371 



<♦> 



Vader 



f Males — 7223 
Females 6930 
In all — 14153 



Two Years of Age 7637 
Bcmr«en Two and Five — 1798 
Frrc attd Ten ^^-^— — 760 
Tea and Twenty - . ^61 



Twenty and Thirty 2142 

Thirty and Forty — 2491 

Forty and Fifty — ^ 2700 

Fifty and Sixty — 2 1 60 



{Males — 1 1 814 

Females 12055 

In all — 23869 

Whereof have died. 



Sixty and Seventy — 1704 
Seventy and Eighty 1187 
Eighty and Ninety — 558 
Ninety and a Hundred 66 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 1625 



A Hundred — - ■-- ■ . a 
A Hundred and One — 1 
A Hundred and Three— a 



A General 



1749- 

A General BILL of all the Chriflenings and Burials, 

From the 13th of December 1748, to the 12th of December 1749. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



St A LEAN inWood-ftrcet 34 

66 



-**• Alhallows Barkin 
Alhallows in Bread-ftreet ■ 
Alhallows the Greac- 



Alhallows in Honey-lane — 
Alhallows the Lefs 



5 

34 

o 

'9 



Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 17 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderfgatc — 
St Ann in Black Friars— 



20 
40 

23 
I 

38 

11 

35 

172 

4 
o 



St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 
St Augiiftin, vulg- Auftin — 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 1 7 
St Benedict, v. Bennet Fink 1 2 

St Bennet Gracechurch 16 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 43 
St Bennet Sherehoo- 



St Botolph at Billinfgate 
Chrift Church Parifli — 



St Chriftopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Ealtcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parifh 



St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 



5 
• 129 

5 
3 

35 
55 
14 

23 
8 

12 



Bur. 
St Gregory by St Paul's — 73 
St Helen near Bifliopfgate — 32 
St James in Duke's Place — 1 2 
St James at Garlickhithe — 15 
St John Bapiift by Dowgate 2 1 

3 

12 
19 

47 
23 
H 
8 
21 

31 
16 



St John the Evangelift- 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherinc Coleman 

St Kathcrine Creechurch — • 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Ixonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 
St Margaret Mofes 



St Margaret in New Fifli-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Ourwich 

St Martin Vintrey — 

St Mary Abchurch 



St Mary in Aldermanbury— 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary ie Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 
St Mary Colechurch 



St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr 
StMaryMagd. Old Fifh-ftr 
St George in Botolph -lane — 10 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 1026 



o 
16 
II 

27 

13 
6 

34 
II 

24 

27 

15 

4 

I 

o 

24 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somerfet — 
St Mary Staining — 
St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



fill 



St Matthew in Friday-flreec 

St Michael Bafllfhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael io Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 

St Michael at Quern 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet — 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman- ftreet 44 
St Stephen in Walbrook —11 
St Swithin at London-ftone 10 

St Thomas the Apoftle • ri 

Trinity Parifh 10 

St Vedafl, alias Fofter 2 



10 

o 
16 

S 

2iM 
ir 
3* 

10 

6 

6 
10 

5 
'1 

IX 

24 

2, 

21 

3 

5 
18 

10 

8 



Burled 



St Andrew in Holborn- 



-963 



St Bartholomew the Great-- 70 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 28 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 247 
St Botolph by Aidgate— — 801 
St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 416 



Bridewell Precindt o 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 232 

St Dunftan in the Weft 155 

St George in Southwark —351 

St Giles by Cripp legate- 593 

St John in Southwark 353 



] 



1972 

St Olave in Southwark— —340 
St Saviour in Southwark — 75 S 
St Sepulchre's Parifli 620 

St Thomas in Southwark-— 172 
Trinity in the Minorics — 



Chriftened in the feventeen Pariflies without the Walls 4010 



Buried 6iiz 



inn in Middlefex- 



■228 



W 



Chrift Church in Surrey — 222 
Chrifl: Church in Middlefex 642 

St Dunftan at Stepney 490 

St George in Bloomfbury — 486 

St George in Middlefex 608 

St George by Queen's fquare396 



1749. 

ames at Clcrkenwell 
St John at Hackney — 
St John at Wapping 



—588 
— 236 

_ . . —443 
St Katherine near the Tower 2 1 8 

St Leonard in Shoreditch — 860 

St Luke in Middlefex 1 129 



St Mary at Iflington 309 

St Giles in the Fields 1 157 

Chriftcned in the twenty-two Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 5539 



St Mary at Lambeth 45 1 

St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 436 

St Mary at Ncwington 405 

St Mary at Rotherhith 284 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 1197 
St Matthew at Bethnal Green 469 
St Paul at Shadwell 486 



Buried 11 740 



St Ann in Weftminfter 
St Clement Danes 



-462 

-437 
975 



St John the Evangelifl: 56 

St Margaret in Weftminft. 851 
St Martin in the Fields — 11 84 



St Mary le Strand- 



St George by Hanover-fqu 
St James in Weftminfter — 1 258 
^B Chriftened in the ten Parifties in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3685 



— 84 
The Precinft of the Savoy 94 

St Paul in Covent Garden 281 



Buried 5682 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A Bortive and Stilborn 61 1 

■TV Aged 1983 

Ague 15 

Apoplcacy and Suddenly 239 
Afthma and Tiifick — 410 
Bedridden — -- 2 

Bleeding 8 

Bloody Flux 



Burften and Rupture- 
Cancer — 

Can leer 

Childbed — 



Coliclc, Gripes, 
Twiftiog of 
Guts 

Confumption 



and^ 
tlieC 



Hooping I 



Convuliion — 
Cough and Hooping 
Cough 
Diabetes — 
Dtopfy 
Evil - 
Fiftula 
flux ■ 



7 
14 

35 
6 

187 

148 

-4623 
-6128 

82 



-1C36 
- 16 



Fever,MalignantFe-T 
ver, Scarlet Fever, C ^. o 
Spotted Fever, and C'"^ 
Purples — "* 

French Pox — — ■ 

Gout 

Gravel, Stone, and ) 
Strangury — J 

Grief 

Headmoldftiot, Hor- 
(hoehead, and Wa- 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies 

Impoflhume — - 

Inflammation — 

Itch 

Leprofy 



] 



116 



Lethargy — 
Livcrgrown - 
Lunatick — 
Meades 



— »47 

iS 

— 40 

J 

— 2 

— 9 

— 2 

— 62 

— 106 



Mifcarriage — — 
1; Mortification 



SSJHalfy 



aoi 
86 



Plcurify 

Quinfy ■ 

Raih 

Rheumatiffn — 

Rickets 



36 

e 

20 

25 

5 

5 

5 

2625 

13 



Rifmg of the Lights — 

Scald Head — 

Scurvy 

Small Pox — — 
Sores and Ulcers - 
Sore Throat — ' 3 

St Anthony's Fire — 4 
Stoppage in the Stomach 32 

Surfeit .■- — 3 

Swelling — — 

Teeth 1 147 

Thrufli 152 



Tympany — 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 
Wornjs ■■■ — 



<•> 



13 IT by a mad Dog 

'-' Broken Lirobs 

Bruifed 

Burnt 



Choaked with Fat 

Drowned — 

Exceffive Drinking — 

Executed 

Found dead — — 

Frighted — 

Killed by Falls 

fcveral other 

dents 
Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Poifoned — 
Scalded ^— 



alls and') 
icr Acci- f 



3| Self-Murdcr — 

Smothered — 

Stabbed — 

Starved 

Stifled — 



I 

7 

10 
10 

I 

III 

20 

26 

45 

3 

s 

32 

2 

48 

II 
I 

9 

I 



{Males — 7288 
Females 6972 
In all 14360 



r Males — 12663 
BURIED-! Females 12853 

— 25516 



Whereof have died. 




Total 408 



Thirty and Forty — 27^3 

Forty and Fifty 2855 

Fifty tnd Sixty zi i j 

Sixty and Seveniy — 1691 
Seventy and Eighty — 1 1 55 



Eighty and Ninety — 533 
Kincty and a Hundred 6H 

A Hundred 1 

A Hundred and One— z 
A Hundred and Two — i 



Increaied in the Burials this Year 



A Hundred and Four— 5 

A Hundred and Five — 3 

A Hundred and Six 1 

A Hundred and TwelTc i 



A General 




1750- 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 12th of December 1749, to the 11th of December 1750. ^ 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty^ I 



By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



'A 



Bir. 
LEAN in Wood-ftreet 21 



Alhallows Barkin — 57 
, Alhallows in Bread-ftreet — 10 

f Alhallows the Great 59 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows the Lefs 27 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 13 

■Alhallows Staining 1 4. 

'Alhallows on London Wall 71 
St Alphage near Sion College 30 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 15 

St Andrew Underlliaft 40 

St Andrew Wardrobe 51 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 39 

St Ann in Black Friars 125 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 2 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auflin — 3 
St Bartholomew by Exchange iH 
St Benedift, v. Bennet Fink 26 

St Bennet Gracechurch 20 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf 3 1 

St Bennet Sherehog - o 

St Botolph at Biilinfgate — 8 

Chrifl: Church Parifh in 

St Chriftopher's Parilh 9 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 1 1 

St Dionis Backchurch 31 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 55 

St Edmund the King 12 

St Ethelburga's Parilh 



St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
Sc George in Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parifties within the Walls 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Bifhopfgatc — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelill 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 



St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney • 



'5 

3^ 

^5 

3 
10 

3^ 
40 

J? 

16 
St Leonard in Eallcheap ■ — 6 
St Leonard in Fofter-lfine — 2 1 
St Magnusby London Bridge 3 1 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 17 

St Margaret Mofcs '■ — 3 

St Margaret in New Fifli-ftr. o 

St Margaret Pattons 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Ourwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch — — 
StMary inAldermanbury — 26 

15 

22 

4 

o 

26 



7 

4 

25 
II 

14 

36 
12 



St Maiy Aldermary 
St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 
St Mary Colechurch 



St Mary Hill by Biilinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-fir. 
St Mary Magd. Old Fift-fb. 



35 



St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining — 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth 



St Matthew in Friday- ftreet 

St Michael Baffifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 



1 1 

4 
25 

7 
iS 

1* 

20, 



St Andrew in Holborn ■ 



-839 



St Bartholomew the Great— 66 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 16 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 224 
St Botolph by Aldgate S3 3 



Bridewell Precinft o 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 2 60 

St Dunftan in the Weft 165 

St George in Southwark — 350 
St Giles by Cripplegate 473 



St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 407 St John in Southwark -349 



St Michael at Queenhithe — 23 

St Michael at Quern 8. 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood- ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet 
St Mildred in the Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Han- ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill . 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 1 1 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 4 
St Stephen in Coleman-flreet 44 
St Stephen in Walbrook — la 
St Swithin at London-ftone i^ 

St Thomas the Apoftle 6 

Trinity Parilh 
StVedaft, alias Fofter- 

090 Buried 1987 

St Olave in Southwark —55s 
St Saviour in Southwark —675 

St Sepulchre's Parifti 55 J 

St Thomas in Southwark — 22; 
Trinity in the Minories — ji 



Chriftened in the feventeen Pariflies without the Walls 4184 



Buried 5826 





^ 



St Ann in Middlefcx 224 

Chrift Church in Surrey —183 
Chrift Church in Middlefcx 719 

St Dunftan at Stepney 427 

St George in Bloomfliury — i,']'] 

St George in Middlefcx s^^6 

St George by Qiieen's fquare367 
St Giles in the Fields 106S 



^ 



1750. 

St James at ClerkenwcU 

St John at Hackney 

St John at Wapping- 



-543 
-190 

.. . -347 

St Katheriiie near the Tower 216 

St Leonard in Shorcditch — 9 1 5 

St Luke in Middlefcx 1126 

St Mary at Illington 265 



St Mary at Lambeth 453 

St Mary Magd. Bermondfey444 

St Mary at Newington 259 

St Mary at Rotherhith 252 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 1136 
St Matthew at Bethnal Green 508 
St Paul at Shad well 44 x 



Chrillened in the twenty-two Out Pariflies in Middlefcx and Surrey 5692 Buried 11016 



St Ann in Weftminfter — 380 
St Clement Danes 369 




St John the Evan gelid o 

St Margaret in Weftminft. 896 
St Martin in the Fields — 1081 



St George by Hanover-fqu. 6=, 1 
St James in Weftminfter 1 1 14 

Ciiriftened in the ten Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3582 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



St Mary le Strand 58 

The Precinft of the Savoy 68 
St Paul in Covent Garden 281 



Buried 4898 



ABortlve and Stllborn 581 
Aeed 1806 



896 

Ague — 1 1 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 227 
Afthma and Tiffick — 468 
Bedridden 
Bleeding 



Bloody Flux 

Burlten and Rupturc-- 

Cancer — 

Canker 

Childbed — 



Colick, Gripes, and 
Twifting of 

Guts 

Confumption ■ 
Conv'ulilon - • 



and ) 
the J 



3 
8 

8 

46 

4 
228 

145 

-4543 
-5837 

55 



Cough and Hooping } 

Cough J 

Diabetes — i 

Dropfy 1051 

Evil 14 

Kiftula 8 



n 



ux 



24 



ignantFe-"! 
let Fever, ( 
•"ever, and f 



Fever,MalignantFe 
ver, Scarl ~ 
Spotted Fever 
Purples 

French Pox - ■ 

Gout 

Gravel, Stone, and 1 
Strangury — J 

Grief — 

Head mold Ihot, Hor- 
flioehead, and Wa- 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies 

Iiiipoilhume 

Inflammation 

Itch 



\ 



Leproly ■ 

Lethargy — 
Livcrgrown 

Lunatick 

Mealies — ■ 
Mifcatriage — 
.VIortification ■ 
Paify 



4294 

73 
59 

30 

8 

107 

186 

17 

41 
5 
5 

II 
I 

66 
32 J 

3 
259 

105 



Pleurify — 
Qiiinfy — 
Rafli 



Rheumatifni _^_ 

Rickets 

Rifing of the Lights — 
Scald Head — — — 

Scurvy — 

Small Pox — 



34 

16 

4 

21 

21 

I 

1 



Sores and Ulcers 

Sore Throat — 

St Anthony's Fire 

Stoppage in the Stomach 

Swelling • 

Teeth — ■ I 

Thrufli — 

Tympany 

Vapours — '— 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 
Worms — ■ 



3^ 



— 1229 
— 22 



3 

10 

3 

1 09 
III 

3 
I 

8 
5 



BRoken Limbs 
Bruifed 

Burnt 
Drowned >— 



•"alls and^ 
er Acci- \ 



Excellivc Drinking — 

Executed 

F"ound dead — 

Killed by Fall 

fevcral oth 

dents 
Killed themfelves 

Murdered 

Overlaid — — 
Poifoned ■■ ■ ■ 

Scalded 

Shot 

Smothered — — 
Starved — — 
Suffocated — 



9 
6 
8 

100 

«9 
27 
25 

73 



4 

3* 

8 

r 
I 

13 

6 



Total 363 



<♦> 



{Males — 7394 
Females 7154 
In all — 14548 



BURIE 



Under Two Years of Age 
BcCt^ cen Two and Five — 

Five and Ten 

, Tea aad Twenty - ■ 
■t • ^ ' 



802 f 

'533 

709 

746 



"Whereof have died. 



{Males — II 
Females 1 1 
In all — 23 



[742 
^3727 



Twenty and Thirty 2031 

Thirty and Forty — 2541 

Forty and Fifty — r 2708 

Fifty and Sixty 2107 



Sixty and Se\'enty — 1728 
Seventy and Eighty 1038 
Eighty and Ninety — 475 
Ninety and a Hundred 80 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 1789 
F f 



A Hundred — ■ i 

A Hundred and One — 3 

A Hundred and Two— i 

A Hundred and Seven — 1 



A General 



175'' 

A General B I L L of all the Chriftenings and Burialsj 

From the i irh of December 1750, to the 10th of December 1751. 

According to the Report made to the King's mofl excellent Majefty, 
By tlie Company of Parilh Clerks of London, 6cc. 



Bur. 

LB AN in Wood-ftreet 25 



St A 

-i*- Alhallows Barkm — 
Alhallows in Bread-ftrcet — 

Alhallows the Great 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

AUiallows the Lcfs 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreer 

AJhallows Staining ■ 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft 



52 
8 

34 
o 

24 
8 

14 
60 

23 

9 
21 

St Andrew Waj-drobe 50 

St Ann within Aldcrlgate — 40 

St Ann in Black Friars 108 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 6 

St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 

St Bartholomew by Exchange 

St Benedift, v. Bcnnet Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf— 

St Bennet Sherthog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church Parifh 

St Chriftopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eallcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch ■ 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parifh 

St Faith under St Paul's — 

St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 

St George in Botolph-lane — 



o 

4 

9» 
16 

9 
»7 
59 
1 1 

25 
23 
ji 



Gregory by St Paul's — 
Helen near Bifliopfgate — 
James in Duke's Place — 
James at Garlickhithc — 
John Baptifl by Dowgate 

John tlic Evangelill 

John Zachary — 

Kathcrine Coleman 

Kathcrine Creechurch — 
Laurence Jewry 



Laurence Pountney 

Leonard in Eaflcheap — ■ 
Leonard in Fofler-lane — 
Magnus byLondonBridge 
Margaret in Lothbury — 

Margaret Mofcs — 

Margaret in New Fifh-flr. 
Margaret Pattens — — 
Martin Ironmonger-lane 
Martin at Ludgate ■ 



Martin Orgars 

Martin Outwich 

Martin Vintrey ■ 

Mary Abchurch 

Mary in Aldermanbury — 

Mary Aldermary 

Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

Mary Colechurch 

Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
Mary Magd. in Milk-fir, 
Mary Magd. Old Fifh-ftr. 



Bur 

74 

30 

9 

1 

19 
28 

29 
22 

II 
6 

17 

24 

8 

2 

o 

2 
27 
14 

7 

25 
12 

iS 

22 

»3 
4 
o 

16 
o 

23 



Sc Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somerfet — 

St Mary Staining —— — 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth — — 
St Matthew in Friday-flreet 

St Michael BafTifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 

St Michael le Quern 

St Michael Royal • — 

St Michael in Wood-flreet 
St Mildred in Bread-flrcet — 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-flreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-fVreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill . 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-flreet 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Swithin at London-ftone 
St Thomas the Apoftle — 

Trinity Parifh — 

St Vedafl, alias Fofler 



Bor. 

«5 
22 

of 

J9 

3 

29 

3* 

=;■ 

7 

8 

5 
10 

X 

6 
2. 

36 
3 

21 

4 
2. 

8 
16 

T 

»3i 
5 

lO 

24. 



I 



Chriflened in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 



.yz\ 



St Andrew in Holborn 

St Bartholomew the Great-- 70 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 25 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 215 

Si IJorolph by Aldgate 675 

St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 372 

Chriftened in the fevenreen Pariihes without the Walls 



Bridewell Prccin<?l • o 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 1 76 

St Duntlan in the Well 13 i 

St George in Southwark — 332 

St Giles by Cripplegate 459 

St John in Southwark 332 

4 



1070 Buried 1748 

St Olave in Southwark— —267 
St Saviour in Southwark — 598 
St Sepulchre's Parifh 510 

St Thomas in Southwark— 192 
Trinity in the Minories -— 14; 



158 



Bxiried 5096 



St Ann in Mlddlcfex- 



—15' 
Chrift: Church in Surrey — 183 

Chrift Church in Middlcfex 589 

St Dunftan at Stepney 374 

St George in Bloomfbury — 365 

St George in Middlel'ex — 508 

St George by Queen's fquare 3 •j'}, 

St Giles in the Fields 912 



St James at Clerkenwell 
St John at Hackney, ■ — 
St John at Wapping 



•465 
188 
322 
167 

754 
96S 
St Mary at IQington 198 



St Katherine near the Tower 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 
St Luke in Middlelcx 



St Mary at Lambeth — —388 
St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 425 

St Mary at Newington 244 

St Mary at Rotherhith 249 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 967 
St Matthew at Bcthnal Green 430 
St Paul at Shadwell 378 



Chriflened in the twenty-two Out Pariflies in Middlefex and Surrey 5819 Buried 9618 



■ 84 
920 



St Mary le Strai^d 



Sr Ann in Weftminfter 386 

St Clement Danes — 325 

St George by Hanover- fqu. 658 
St James in Weftminfter looi 

Chiiftened in the ten Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3644 Buried 4566 



St John the Evangelift — 
St Margaret in Wcftminft. 
St Martin in die Fields — 



6j 

60 



The Precinft of the Savoy 

St Paul in Covent Garden 273 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



Bortivc and Stilbom 572 

Aged 1688 

Ague 7 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 2 00 
Afthma and Tifljck — 427 

Bedridden — • 2 

Bleeding — 7 

Bloody Flux • 3 

BurftcH iind Rupture— 9 

Cancer — 

Canker — — 

Childbed 

Colick, Gripes, and'j 
Twiftine of the > 

Guts i 

Confumption 4182 

Convulilon — — — 5594 



46 

4 
172 

"4 



275 



Cough and Hooping J 
Cough — J 

Dropfy — __iooo 

Evil 14 

FjltuJa 



Fevcr,MalignantFc 
ver. Scarlet Fever, 
Spotted Fever, and 
Purples 

Flux 



! 



French Pox — - 

Gout ■- ■ ■- 

Gravel, Stone, and 1 

Strangury — 3 

Grief 

Headmoldfhot, Hor- 

{hoehead, and Wa 

ter in the Head 

Jaundies 

Impofthume - 
Inflammation — 

Itch ' — - 

Lcprofy 

Lethargy — - 
Lunatick — - 
Meafles 



3219 
21 

75 
3« 
28 



I 



Mil'carriagc — 



"5 

121 

13 

3« 

2 

3 

jc 

76 

21 

4 



Mortification 

Palfy 

Pleurify — 
Quinfy 

Ra(h 

Rhcumatifm ~ — 
Rickets — ' 
Rifmg of the Lights — 

Scald Head 

Scurvy 

Small Pox — — 

Sores and Ulcers 

Sore Throat — 

St Anthony's Fire 

Stoppage in the Stomach 

Swelling ' ■ 

Teeth — 1 

Thrufh 

Tympany — 

Vomiting and Loofncfj 
Worms — . I 



225 

75 
26 

10 

6 

20 

23 
5 
I 

27 
3 
4 
9 
4 
053 

95 
4 
8 

10 



BRoken Limbs 
Bruifed 

Burnt — 

Drowned — — 



Exccflive Dfinkinsr — 
txecutcd — ■ 

Found dead — 

Frighted — ■ 

Killed by Falls and^ 

feveral other Acci- \. 

dents — 



Killed thcmfelves" 
Murdered — 

Overlaid 

Scalded — — 

Smothered 

Stabbed - 

Starvtd — — 






%\ 

12 

2* 

24 

I 

6' 

3" 
4, 

2J 
l\ 

s\ 



Total 20^ 



! Males — 7524 
Females 7167 
In all — 1 469 1 



{Males — to^?9 
Females 10689 
In all — 2102S 



/B«er Two Years of Age 7483 
Bctweet; Two and Five — 1485 
Five and Ten — ■ ■ — J75 

Ten and Twenty 588 

Twenty umI Thirty — — 1694 



Whereof have died. 



Thirty and Forty — 2207 
Forty and Fifty - — 2234 

Fifty and Sixty 1815 

Sixty and Seventy — 1490 
Seventy and Eighty— 925 



Eighty andNipety — 461 
Ninety and a Hundred 5S 
A Hundred and One — 3 
A Hundred and Two — 3 
A Hundred and Three z 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 2699 
F f a 



A Hundred and Five — » 

A Hundred and Six — — ? 

A Hundred and F.ight — ■ t 

A Hundred and Nine — 1 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriflenings and Burials, 

From the loth of December iJSiy to the 12th of December 1752. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



St A LBAN in Wood-ftreet 30 
■**• Alhallows Barkiii — .>- 

1 1 

3+ 
o 

»4 

19 
21 

41 



Alhallows in Breail-ftrcec — 

Alhallows the Great 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows the Lei's 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 

Alhallows Staining — ■ 

Alhallows on London Wall 



St Alphage near Sion College 36 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 1 

St Andrew Underfliaft 29 

St Andrew Wardrobe 54 

St Ann within Alderfgate — i 7 

St Ann in Black Friars 119 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 4 
St Augiiftin, vulg. Auftin — 7 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 7 
St Bcnedift, v. Bennet Fink 22 
St Bennet Gracechurch - • — 11 
St Bennet at Paul's Wharf 40 

St Bennet Sherehog - o 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 4 

Chrifl Church Parilh 71 

St Chriftopher's Parilh 14 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 10 

St Dionis Backchurch 1 1 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 49 

St Edmund the King 16 

St Ethelburga's Parifli 14 

St Faith under St Paul's — 21 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 1 3 
St George in Botolph-lanc — 1 2 



St Gregory by Sc Paul's — 
St Helen near Bilhopfgace — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptifl by Dowgate 

St John the Evangclift 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 
St Laurence Jewry 



St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 20 



Bur. 
61 
21 

'9 

'9 

6 

II 

44 
o 

10 
8 
4 
24 
22 



St Margaret Mofcs 
St Margaret in New Fifli-ftr. 
St Margaret Pattens — — 
St Martin Ironmonger- lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 



St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch — — 
St Mary in Aklermanbury — 
St Mary Aldermary — — 
St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

Sc Mary Colechurch 

Sc Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Filh-llr. 



I 

o 

9 

2 

16 
14 

5 
24 
20 
20 

^9 
12 

4 
o 

o 

17 



St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somerfet 

St Mary Staining — 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Miclwel Baffifliaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in. Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 

St Michael le Quern 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread -ftreet 
Sc Mildred in the Poultry 
St Nicholas Acons^ • 



Bur. 

»5 

21 

S 

6 

10 

8 

29 

17 

2S* 
29 



o 
S 

7 
6 



I 



St Nicholas Coleabby 
St Nicholas Olave — 



4 

9 

42 

6 

24. 
4 
3 

»4 

near Paul's Wharf 15^ 



St Olave in Hart- ftreet - — 
St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter 



St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 7 
St Stephen inColeman-ftreet 44^ 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 4. 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apolllc 

Trinity Parifli 

StVedaft, alias Fofter 



^9 
II 

7 
»7 



Chriftened in the ninety-fcven Pariflies within tlie Walls 11 2 1 



St Andrew in Holborn • 



-670 



St Bartholomew the Great— 6^ 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 9 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 229 

St Botolph by Aldgate • 653 

St Botolph by Bifliopfgate — 344 



Bridewell Precinft o 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 192 
St Dunftan in the Weft 1 37 

366 
286 



St George in Southwark — a^ 
St Giles by Crippiegate- 
St John in Southwark - 



Buried 1699 

St Olave in Southwark — 2x9 
St Saviour in Southwark — 566 

St Sepulchre's Parifli 476 

St Thomas in Southwark — 171 
Trinity in the Minories 16 



1 

t 

I 



Chriftened in the feventeen Pariflies withput the Walls 4224 



Buried 4651 



St Ann in Mlddlefex- 



^ 



— 152 

Chrift Church in Surrey — 170 
Chrilt Church in Middlclex 5+4 

St Dunftan at Stepney 362 

St George in Bloomfbury ^ — 353 
St George in Middlefex — 450 
Sc George by Queen's fquare396 
St Giles in the Fields 884 



1752- 
St James at ClerkenwelJ —468 

St John at Hackney 171 

St John at Wajiping 316 

StKatherine near the Tower 172 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 769 
St Luke in Middlefex —1088 
St Mary at Iflington 197 



-3S0 



St Mary at Lambeth • 

St Mary Magd. Bermondi'ey 333 

St Mary at Newington 24^ 

St Mary at Rotherhith 218 

St Mary in Whitcchapel — 962 
St Matthew at Bethnal G rcen 456 
St Paul at Shad well 361 



Chrtftened in the twenty-two Out Pariihes in Middlefex and Surrey 616^ Buried 9450 



St Ann in Weftminfter — 310 




St John the Evangelift- 



St Margaret in Weftminft. 
St Martin in the Fields — 



-153 
906 

940 



St Mary le Strand 



St Clement Danes 304 

St George by Hanover-fqu.digS 
St James in Weftminfter — 992 

Chriftencd in the ten Parifties in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3800 



— 4^ 
The Precinfl of the Savoy 71 
St Paul in Covent Garden 265 



Buried 468: 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A Bortive and Siilborn 529 

■^^ Aged 1263 

Ague i. 2 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 178 
Afthma and Tiflick — 209 

Bedridden — 7 

Bleeding — 3 

Bloody Vlux ' 3 



Burften and Rupture- 
Cancer — 

Canker 

Cliildbcd 

^olick. Gripes, 

Twilling of 

Guts — 
Confuniption - 
Convuluoa — 



10 

5i 

6 

J56 



and^ 

the > 123 

3558 

5431 

Cough and Hooping 1 q^ 

Cough — ^— J 
Droply — ■' 680 

JKvii ■ —^ 21 

Fiitula 17 

Flux ■ — — JOJ 



Fever,MalignantFc- T 
ver. Scarlet Fever, (,„„. 
Spotted Fever, and f ' 

Purifies J 

French Pox — 

Gout ■ ■' 

Gravel, Stone, and f- 

Strangury — j 

Grief 



54 
40 

28 



HeadmolJfhot, Hor 
fhoehcad, and \Va 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies 

ImpoftJiume — 
Inflammation — 

Leprofy 

Lethargy 

Livergrown 

Lunatick — — 

Meafles 

Mifcarriage — 
Mortification — 



I 



85 



Palfy . 

Pieurify 

Qiiiniy 

Raft 

Rheumatifm — 

Rickets — 

Rifing of the Lights- 
Scald Head - 

Scurvy - ■ --• - 

Small Pox 



Sores and Ulcers 

[Sore Throat 

1 15 St Anthony's Fire- 



»7 
33 



2 

69 

III 

5 
199 



Stoppage in the Stoniach 

Surfeit — 



• Sc 

■ 23 

S 
2 
6 

■ II 

4 
3 

3538 

15 

3 

4 
10 



Swelling — 
Teeth 

Thrulh 

Tympany 



5 

968 

991 

— 2 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 5 
Worms — — —— 7 



13 1 T by mad Does — 
•*-' Bit by a Viper' — 

Broken Limbs 

Bruifcd — 

Burnt — 

Drowned — 



Falls andl 
ther Acci- e 



Exccllive Drinking 

Executed — 

Found dead 

Killed by Falls and' 

feveral othe 

dents 
Killed thcmfelves ■ 
Murdered — • 
I Overlaid — — 
Poifoned - — ^ 

Scalded ■ 

Smothered — 

Survcd — — . 



2 

I 

7 

3 

8 

9S 
10 

17 
22 

S3 

44 
6 

37 
I 

4 
2 

I 



Total 316 




[Males — 7868 
Females 7440 
In all — 15308 



f Males — 10306 
Females 10179 
In all — 20485 



Whereof have died, 



Voder Two Years of Age 
Between Two and Five- 
Five and Ten ~— 

Ten and Twenty 



8239 

2225 

814 

660 



Twraty and Thirty—— 1566 



Thirty and Forty — 1823 

Forty and Fifty 1633 

Fifty and Sixty 134.8 

Sixty and Seventy — 1079 



Seventy and Eighty 
Eighty and Ninety — 
Ninety and a Hundred 
A Hundred — ■-— 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 543 



738 I A Hundred and One^— 1 

316 I A Hundred and Two — i 

37 I AHundred andThrce^ 2 

I I A Hundred and Five — 2 



A General 



____^ 1753^ 

A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the 12th of December 1752, to the nth of December 1753. 

According to the Report made to tlie King's mod excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



I 



Bur. 



St A LEAN in Wood-ftreet 21 

•**• Alhallows Barkin — 
Alhallows in Brcad-ftreec — 

Alhallows the Great 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows the Lefs 

Alhallows in Lombard-flreet 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage nearSion College 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 
St Andrew Underfhaft — — 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Aldcrfgate — 
St Ann in Black Friars- 



St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 
St Auguftin, vulg Auftin — 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Benedict, v. Bennet Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

Sc Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 

St Bennet Shcrchog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church Parifh 

St Chrirtcjpher's PariJh 

St Clement near Eaftclicap 

St Dionis Backchurch ■ 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King — — 
St Ethelburga's Parifh 



47 
1 1 

27 
o 

22 
«4 

'3 

22 

24 

3 

26 

44 
29 

107 

4 

2 

O 

I I 



13 

o 

5 

7S 

3 

7 

30 

50 

1 1 

1 1 

28 

14 
10 



Bar. 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 55 
St Helen near Bifhopfgate — ;i 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptill by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary — 

St Kathcrine Coleman ■ 
St Katherine Creechurch — 
St Laurence Jewry 



10 

18 

'7 
I 

1 1 

19 

37 
16 

8 

II 

12 



St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 1 7 
Sc Margaret in Lothbury — 18 

St Margaret Mofes 4 

o 

5 



St Margaret in NewFifh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattens 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrcy 

St Mary Abchurch 



14 
10 

3 

30 
18 

St Mary in Aldermanbury-- 20 

St Mary Aldermary 1 1 

"'12 

4 
o 

14 
o 

13 



St Faith under St Paul's — ■ 
St Gabriel in Fcnchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Pariflies within the Walls 



St Mary le Bow in Cheapfidc 
St Mary Botluw at Dowgate 

Sc Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
Sc Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Firh-ftr. 



St Mary Mounthaw 

St Mary Somerfet — 

St Mary Staining — — — 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St Mary Woolnoth 

St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BalTifhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 



Bur. 

»7 

24 

'4 

2 
29 

*5 

24 



St Michael at Queenhithc — 26 

St Michael le Qiiern 

St Michael Royal - — 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet— 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet— 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave ■ 



St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver-ftreet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- flr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreec 50 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 8 
St Swithin at London-ftone 16 

St Thomas the Apoftle 9 

Trinity Parilli 15 

StVedaft, alias Folter 19 



2 

5 
4 
6 

4 
26 

6 
20 

o 

2 



Bridewell Precin<ft — 



St Andrew in Holborn 690 

3r Bartholomew the Great-- ^6 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 10 
St Botolph byAlderfgate — 167 

St Botolph by Aldgate 652 

St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 362 

Chriftened in the feventeen ParUhes without the Walls 



St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 149 

St Dunftan in the Weft 151 

St George in Southv/ark —233 

St Giles by Cripplegate 314 

St John in Suuthwark -299 

4324 



1 1 30 Buried 1546 

St Olave in Southwark— 

St Saviour in Southwark 

St Sepulchre's Parifh — 

St Thomas in Southwark — 178 

Trinity in die Minories ji 



•30 

491 



I 



Buried 4612 



« Ann in Mitldlefcx- 



•14? 



1753- 

It flames at Clerkenwcll -—440 

St John at Hackney 186 

Sc John atWapping 254 

St Katherine near the Tower 134 
St Leonard in Shorcditch — 840 

St Luke in Middlcfcx 964 

St Mary at Iflington — ■ — 177 



Chrift Church in Surrey — 158 
Chrift Church in Middlefex 507 

St Dunftan at Stepney 368 

St George in Bloomlbury -^303 

St George in Middlclcx 3S3 

St George by Qiicen's fquare3 29 

St Giles in the Fields 1^51 

Chriftened in the twenty-two Out Parilhes in Middlefex and Surrey 6141 Buried 891 



St Mary at Lambeth -3^1 

St Mary Magd. Bermondrey 359 

St Mary at Newington 227 

St Mary at Rotherhith 21a 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 890 
St Matthew atBethnal Green 369 
St Paul at Shadwell 325 



St John the Evangelifl: 1 6^ 

St Margaret in Weftminft. 833 
St Martin in the Fields — 858 



St Mary le Strand > 



St Ann in Weftminfler 21 1 

St Clement Danes 287 

St George by Hanover-fqu. 613 
St James in Weftminfler — 92 1 

Chriftcned in the ten Pariflies in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3S49 Buried 4203 



The Prccinft of the Savoy 
St Paul in Covent Garden 



41 

55 
221 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A Bortlve and Stilbom 570 

■'*■ Aged 1466 

Ague 4 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 23S 



Afthma and Tiifick 

Bedridden — 

Bleeding 

Bloody Flux 

Burften and Rupture- 
Cancer — 

Canker 

Childbed — 

Colick, Gripes, andi 
Twifting of tJie > 
Guts J 



Conlumption 

Con\'uliion — 

Cougb and Hooping 7 
Coueh — 5 
Dropiy " 

:evii . 

Fiftula 

Flux 



305 

2 

5 
5 

14 

52 

6 

169 

128 

3915 
5977 

65 

794 
11 

4 
5 



Fever,Ma!IgnantFc- 
ver, Scarlet Fever, 
Spotted Fever, and 
Purples — 

French Pox — — 

Gout 



raig: 



Gravel, Stone, and } 
Strangury — J 

Grief • 

Hcadmoldftot, Hor 
(hoehead, and Wa- 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies ■ 

Impofthume — - 
Inflammation — 

Itch 

Leprofy 



-} 



Lethargy — 
Livcrgrown - 
Lunatick — 

Meafles 



Mifcarriagc — — — 
Mortification 



55 

4<j 

32 



64 

90 
12 
64 

2 

9 
2 

86 

253 
4 

201 



Palfy _ 

Pleurify 

C^infy 

Rhcumatifm — 

Rickets 

Rifinz of the Lights — 

Scald Head 

Sciatica — 

Scurvy 



6 

14 

I T 

6 

7 
J 
2 
I 



DiT hy mad Dogs — 

*-^ Broken Limbs 

Bruifcd 

Burnt 



Small Pox — 

Sores and Ulcers 

Sore Throat — 

St Anthony's Fire — 
Stoppage in the Stomach 

Surfeit 

Swelling — 

Teeth ■ — 

Thrufh 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 
Worms — — 



77 

14 

7 
2 

M 
3 
3 

961 

83 
6 

II 



Drowned — 

Kxctffive Drinking — 

Kxccuied 

Found dead — — 

f'Frighttd — 

l;KillcJ bv 



<♦> 



y rails and^ 
other Acci- ? 



Falls and; 

fcveral 

dents 
Killed themfelvcs- 

Murdered 

Overlaid • 

Poifc. ed — — 

Scalded 

Smothered — - 
Stabbed — — 

Starved 

Suffocated 



3 

5 
S 

9 

86 

15 

18 

34 

2 

55 

36 
3 

40 

I 

5 

I 

r 
7 
5 



Total 331 



{Males - 
Females 
In all 



Under Two Years of Age 
Between Two and Five — 
Five and Ten 




BURIED 



Twenty and Thirty — 



7892 

1403 
418 

478 
1338 



7860 
7584 
15444 
Whereof have died. 

Thirty and Forty i8€i 

Forty and Fifty '775 

Fifty and Sixty 1568 

Sixty and Seventy 1186 

Seventy and Eighty 864 



{Males — 9490 
Females 9786 
In all — 19276 

Eighty and Ninety ■ - 435* 
Ninety and a Hundred — 54 

A Hundred i 

A Hundred and One 2 

A Hundred and Two - — i 



Dccreafcd in the Burials this Year 1209 



A General 



1754- 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From the nth of December 1753, to the loth of December 1754. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 

By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 
St A LB AN in Wood-areet 14 

61 



y^' 



Alhallows Barkin 
Al hallows in Bread-ftreet — 

Alhallows the Great 

ilhallows in Honey-lane- 
'Alhallows the Lefs 



9 

28 

o 
26 
Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 13 

Alhallows Staining 20 

Alhallows on London Wall 50 
St Alphage nearSion College ^6 

St Andrew Hubbard 2 

St Andrew Undcrfhaft 32 

St Andrew Wardrobe 47 

St Ann within Aldcrlgate — 30 

St Ann in Black Friars 1 59 

St Anthony, vulg. A ntholin 1 

2 
o 

»7 
8 

33 
o 

5 
go 

15 

H 

8 

56 
12 
12 

50 

17 

7 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Biihopfgatc — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithc — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katlierine Creechurch — 
St Laurence Jewry 



St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 
St BartholomcwbyExchange 
St Benedict, v. Bennet Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 

St Bennet Sherehog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift: Church Parifh 

St Chriftopher's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parilb 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftn 



St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eallcheap — 
St Leonard in Poller- lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofcs 

St Margaret in New Filh-ftr. 

St Margaret Pattens 

St Martin Ironmonger- lane 
St Martin at Ludgate . 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey • 

St Mary Abchurch 



St Mary in Aldermanbury — 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old f ilh-ftr. 



Bur. 

74 
22 

>5 
14 

25 
O 

9 
29 

45 
14 

15 

H 

'9 

29 

9 
o 

o 

6 

6 

24 

7 

7 

32 

17 
26 

23 
12 

3 
o 

30 
I 

26 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somerfet — 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary W^oolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 

St Michael BafTifhaw 

St Michael in CornhiJI 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Quecnhithe — 

St Michael le Quern 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet -- 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 

St Olave in Silver-ftreet 

St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's WTiarf ; 
St Peter Poor in Broad -fir. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 
St Stephen in Walbrook — > 
St Swithin at London-ftone : 

St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Parilh — 

StVedaft, alias Poller : 



St George in BotoJph-lane 

Chrillened in the nincty-feven Parilhes within the Walls 

Bridewell Precinft o 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 21 1 
St Dunftan in the Weft —183 



St Andrew in Holborn 895 

St Bartholomew the Great — 53 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 28 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 258 

St Botolph by Aldgate 756 

St Butulpli by Bifhopl'gare — 363 



St George in Southwark — 258 

St Giles by Cripplcgate 352 

St John in Southwark 323 

Chriflened in the fcventcen Parifties without the Walls 4093 



1 191 Buried 1905 

St Olave in Southwark 2 

St Saviour in Southwark — f 
St Sepulchre's Parifti 559 



St Thomas in Southwark — 199 
Trinity in the Minories 2 1 



Burled 5302 



St Ann in Middlefcx 179 

ChrlfV Church in Surrey — 199 
Chrift Church in Middlefex 640 

St Dunftan at Stepney 408 

St George in Bloomfbury — 385 

St George in Middlefex 456 

St George by Queen's fquare395 
St Giles in the Fields 1045' 



^754- 

St James at Clerkenwell — 626 

St John at Clerkenwell 47 

St John at Hackney 181 

St John at Wapping 327 

St Katherine near the Tower 163 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 923 

St Luke in Middlefex 1076 

St Mary at Iflington 243 



Chriftencd in the twenty-three Out Pariflies in Middlefex and S 

St Ann in Weftminftcr — 251 

.381 



St Clement Danes 



St John the Evangelift 131 

St Margaret in Weftminft:. 985 
St Martin in the Fields — 10 14 



St Mat}' at Lambeth /^h\ 

St Mary MJigd. Bermondfcy32(? 

St Mary at Ncwington 26.: 

St Mary at Rotherhith 201 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 1 102 
St Matthew at Bethnal Grctft 4.70 
St Paul at Shadwell 398 

urrey 5950 Buried 105 17 

St Mary le Strand .-. ; 

The Precindt of the Savoy 68 
St Paul in Covent Garden 27 j 



St George by Hanover-fqu. 746 
St James in Weftminfter 1069 

Chriftencd in the tenParifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3713 Buried 4972 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A Bortive and Stilborn 578 
■**• Aged IQ46 



946 
— 4 



Igue 

kpoplexy and Suddenly 240 

Ulhma and Tiffick — 398 

Jcdriddcn — 2 

Weeding — li 



JloodyTlux 

Suiitcn and Rupture- 
cancer — 

nker 

Chicken Pox 

iChililbed — 

olick, Gripes, and "% 
Twilling of the > 

Guts i 

iConfumpiion 

~ anvulfion 



4 
6 

48 

3 
I 



ough and Hooping 

Cough 

Diabetes — 



213 

115 

4241' 
61 15 



} 336 



Lpn^fy - 

Kvil — — ■ ■ 

FtUing Sickncfs — — 



I 

906 
8 
I 



FevctjMalign ant Fe- 
ver, Scarlet Fever, 
Spotted Fever, and 

Purples 

Fiftula 

Flux — 

French Pox - — — — 

Gout 

Gravel, Stone, 



j'2964 



and J 



Strangury 

Grief ■ 

Head-ach — 

Headmold{hot, Hor- 
(hoehead, and Wa- 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies — 

Impoflhume ' 

Inflammation ■ 

Itch — 



\ 



Leprofy 

Lethargy — ■ 

Livergrown 

Lunatick - — 

Meafles — __— 



10 
j8 
73 
74 

30 

4 
I 



57 

91 
«4 

,60 
J 

3 

9 
I 

86 

12 



MifcaVriage 

Mortification 

Palfy 



Pleurify — 

Quinfy 

Rheumatifm 

Rickets — 

Rifing of the Lights- 
Scald Head 

Scurvy — 

Small Pox — 



Sores and Ulcers 

Sore Throat — 

St Anthony's Fire 

Stoppage in the Stomach 
Surfeit — ■ 

Swelling 

Swine Pox — 

Teeth 

Thruflj — . 

Tympany 

Vomitmg and Loofnefs 
Worms — 



5 
218 
68 
22 
10 
22 

"3 
2 

— 3 

— 5 
—2359 

— 17 

— 4 

3 
20 
2 
I 
I 
841 

77 
4 
6 

10 



BRokcn Limbs 
Bruifcd 

Burnt 

Drowned — — 



Falls and! 
!ier Acci- > 



Excefljvc Blinking — 

Executed 

Found dead — 

Frighted — 

Killed by Falls and" 

feveral othe 

dents 
Killed themfdvcs- 

Murdered 

Overlaid — — 

Scalded 

Smothered — — 
Starved — — 
Suffocated — - 



ti 

7 
It) 

12 

10 

32 
J 

53 

25 

i 

23 
I 
I 
4 
3 



Total 298 



S:)^ 



[Males — 775A- 
Females 7193 
In all — 14947 



{Males — 1 1 1 64 
Females 11532 
In all — 22696 



Joder Two V'ears of Age 811; 

" t«cco Two and Five — 1904 
Five ind Ten —^^—- 640 
Ten aad Twenty . 628 j 



Whereof have died. 



Twenty aod Thirty 1685 
Thiriy and Forty — 2141 

Forty and Fifty 2179 

Fifty and Sixty — — 1944 

Increafcd in the Burials this Year 3420 
Gg 



Sixty and Seventy — 1642 
Seventy and Eighty 1143 
Eighty and Ninety — 586 
Ninety and a Hundred 85 



A Hundred - -■ i 

A Hundred and One — : 
A Hundred and Nine — 1 



A General 



'755- 
'K General BILL of all the ChriftenTngs and Biiria!^ 

From the loth of December 1754, to the i6th of December 1755, 

According to the Report made to tlie King's moft excellent Majcfly, 
By the Company of Parilli Clerks of L o k don, &c. 



Bur. 

20 

5S 
12 

17 
O 

18 

17 
I I 

49 

33 

6 



St A LBAN in Wood-ftreet 
^* Alhallows Barkin — 
Alliillows in Brcad-ftreet — 

jMhallows the Great 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows the Lcfs 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 

Alhallows Staining • 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage nt-arSion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfliaft 32 

Sc Andrew Wardrobe 5^ 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 40 

St Ann in Black Friars 1 19 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 3 
St Augiiflin, vulg. Auftin — o 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 7 
St Benedict, v. Bennet Fink i S 

St Bennet Gracechurch 5 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 25 
St Bennet Shcrehog o 



St Botolph at Billinlgate — 

Chrifl: Church Parifh 

St Chriftopher's Pari(h 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the Kinj* 



4 
95 

9 
14 

9 
58 
13 

14 
43 

i2 

6 



St Ethelburga's Pari/h 

St Faith under St Paul's — 

St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. ii i)t Mary Magd. Old Mlh-ltr. 14 

St George in Botolph-lane — 

Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 



Uur 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 63 
St Helen near Bifhopfgate — 29 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangclift 

St John Zachary 



St Katherine Coleman 

St Kadierine Crcechurch — 
St Laurence Jewry 



St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftclieap — 
St Leonard in Foik-r-lane — 
St Magnus byLondonBridge 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 

St Margaret Moles 

St Margaret in New Fi(h-.ftr. 

St Margaret Pattens 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary in Aidermanbury — 

St Mary Aldermary 

St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 
St Mary Colechurch 



St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifh-ftr. 



12 

13 

12 
o 
12 
36 
54 
24 
13 
5 
>9 
29 

9 

2 

o 

£ 

5 

13 

10 

4 
18 
12 
29 

»9 

15 
8 

o 
19 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somerfet — 
St Mary Staining 



St Andrew in Holborn 9 1 7 
St Bartholomew the Great— 62 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 14 
St Botolph by Alderfgate — 193 

St Botolph by Aldgate 696 

Ss Botolph by Biftiopfgate — 37 1 



Bridewell Precinft ■ — . o 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 1 73 

St Dunftan in the Weft 145 

St George in South wark — 322 

St Giles by Cripplegate 333 

St John in Southwark 292 



St Mary Woolchurch — — 
St Mary Woolnoth — — 
St Matthew in Friday-ftrect 

St Michael Baffilhaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Queenhithe — 

St Michael le Quern 

St Michael Royal — 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet — 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas OUve 

St Olave -in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in SLlver-ftrcct — 
St Pancras in Pancras-laiie 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-fh-. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 
St Swithin at London-ftone 
St Thomas the Apoftle — 

Trinity Parifti — 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter 

1 1 89 Buried 181 1 

St Olave in Southwark 28; 

St Saviour in Southwark — 58] 
St Sepulclirc's Parifh 557* 

St Thomas in Southwark — 194 
Trinity in the Minories -— k ' 



Chriftcfled in the fcventcen Parifhes without the Walls 4188 



Buried 5160 



5t Ann in Mlddlefex- 



— 78 

Chrift Church in Surrey —188 
Chrift Church in Middlcfex 593 

St Dunftan at Stepney 385 

St George in-Bloomfbury — 349 
St George in Middlefex — 451 
St George by Queen's fquarc 4 1 6 
St Giles in the Fields 1008 



1755- 

St James at Clerkenwell 
St John at Clerkenwell— 
St John at Hackney — 
St John at Wapping 



■597 

- 45 
-16S 

-310 

St Katherine near the Tower 189 

St Leonard in Shoreditch — S43 

St Luke in Middlelcx — 1 14S 

St Mary at Iflington 180 



St Mary at Lambeth 510 

St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 357 

St Mary at Ncwington 263 

St Mary at Rotherhith 232 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 1045 
St Matthew atBethnalGreen456 
St Paul at Shadwell 41 2 



Cliriftened in the twenty-three Out Parilhes in Middlefex and Surrey 6110 Buried 10225 



Sr Ann in Weftminfter 242 

St Clement Danes — - 



■^ .'"5 



St John the Evangelift 107 

St Margaret in Weftminft, 935 
St Martin in the Fields — 977 



St George by H3nover-fqu.68i 
St James in Wertminfter 1070 

Chrvfteoed in the ten Parilhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3722 

DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



Sr Mary le Strand 42 

Ihc Precindt of the Savoy 8.9 
St Paul in Covent Garden 234 



Buried 4721 



A Bortiw and Stilborn 565 

-'* Aged 1662 

^Agiic 5 

i Apoplexy and Suddenly 208 
Afthma and Tiflick — 359 

Bedridden — 7 

Bleeding - 
Bloody Flu 



k 



Burftcji and Rupture- 
Cancer — 

Canker 

Chicken Pox 

Childbed 



I 

6 
10 
46 

9 

208 

Colick, Gripes, and^ 
Twilling of thci 8) 

Guts J 

Confumption 43^2 

ConvuUion — 5741 

Cough and Hooping 1 

Cough — J 

Diabetes — — — 

Dropfy — _^_^ 

JJvil 

Tiitula 



919 
14 



ntFe-'J 
"ever, ( 
, and r 



Fever, Malignant Fi 

ver. Scarlet Fevei 

Spotted Fever. 

Purples 

Flux — — 

French Pox — 

Gout 

Gravel, Stone, and 1 

Strangury — J 

Green Sicknefs 

Grief 

Hcad-ach — i- • 



Headmoldfliot, Hor- 
fhochead, and Wa 
tcr in the Head 

Jaundies 

Impoflhumc — 
Inflammation — 
lethargy — — 
Livtrgrown — 
Lunatick — — 
Mcafles 



1 



Mifcarriage — 
Mortification - 



3042 

8 
68 
79 
24 

I 

6 
I 

56 

"3 
II 

57 
6 

2 

103 

423 

2 

190 



Palfy 

Pleurifv — — - - 

Quinfy ■■ — 

Raft ' 

Rheumatilin — — 

Rickets — 

Riftng of the Lights — 

Scald Head 

Scurvy 

Small Pox 

Sores and Ulcera • 

Sore Throat — 

St Anthony's Fire 

Stoppage in the Stomach 

Surfeit — — • 

Swelling 

Teeth — ■ 

Thrulh 

Tympany — 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 
Wofms — ■■ ■ 



{Males — 7773 
Females 7436 
In all — 15209 



Whereof have 




12 

14 

6 

9 
6 

2 
I 
2 

■1988 

4 
5 

14 

4 

4 

813 

81 
2 

II 

II 



BIT by mad Dogs — 
Bruifed — 

Burnt 

Choaked — 



Drowned — 

Exceflivc Drinking — 

Executed — 

Found dead — 

Frighted — . 

KiUcd by FaUs and 
fevcral other Acci- 
dents — 
Killed themfelves — 
Murdered — — 

Overlaid 

Scalded — •< 

Shot 

Smothered 
Stabbed 
Starved 



} 



2 

4 

»S 
I 

14X 
8 

10 
26 

I 

83 

47 

9 

33 

I 
I 
2 

I 

5 



Total 39 1 



{Males — '0779 
Females 11138 
In all — 21917 



Twenty atid Thirty i6ji 
Thirty and Forty — 2087 

Forty and Fifty 2234 

fifty aad Sixty 1918 

Decreafed in the Burials this Year 
C g a 



Sixty and Seventy — 1433 
Seventy and Eighty 1018 
Eighty and Ninety-- 504 



779 



Ninetj' and a Hundied — 77 
A Hundred and One — 1 
A Hundred and Seven— 1 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chriflenlngs and Burials, 

From the i6th of December 1755, to the 14th of December 1756. 

According to the Report 'made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Pariih Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LBAN in Wood-llreet 24 

•^ Alhallows Barkiii — 5S 

Alhallows in Bread-llreet — 7 

Alhallows the Great 27 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — o 

Alhallows the Lefs iS 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftreet 1 7 

Alhallows Staining — < 1 5 

Alhallows on London Wall 38 
St Alphage near Sion College 22 
St Andrew Hubbard — — 2 

St Andrew Underfliaft 1 6 

St Andrew Wardrobe 59 

St Ann within Alderfgate — 35 

St Ann in Black Friars 106 

St Anthony, vulg. Antholin 1 
St Auguftin, vulg. Auftin — 2 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 16 
St BenediiSt, V. Bennet Fink 17 
St Bennct Gracechurch - ■ — 
St Bennet at Paul's Wharf 
St Bennet Sherehoo; - 



St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church Parifh 

St Chriftophcr's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

^t Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parifh 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftr. 
St George in Botolph-lane — 



4 

45 
o 

10 

69 

9 

4 

7 
48 

10 

16 

33 

S 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen nearBifliopfgate — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptiil by Dowgate 

St John the Evangclifl: 

St John Zachary — 

St Katherine Coleman 



St Katherine Crcechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney 

St Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
St Leonard in Fofter-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret in New Filh-ftr. 
St Margaret Pattens — — 
St Martin Ironmonger- lane 
St Martin at Ludgate 



St Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey 

St Mary Abchurch — — 
St Mary in Aldermanbury — 
St Mary Aldermary — — 
St Mary le Bow in Cheapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colechurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Magd. Old Fifh-ftr. 



Bur. 
83 

25 
21 

li 

16 

o 
1 1 

35 
40 

12 

9 

9 

21 

21 

19 
4 
o 

9 
9 

13 

u 

o 

23 

9 
30 
23 
13 

5 
o 

10 

o 

17 



St Mary Motmthaw 

St Mary Somerfet — • 

Sc Mary Staining — 

St Mary Woolchurch 

St iVlary Woolnoth 



St Matthew in Friday-ftrcet 

St Michael Baffifliaw 

St Michael in Cornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 
St Michael at Qiieenhithe — 

St Michael le Quern 

St Michael Royal — 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet 
St Mildred in Bread -ftreet 
St Mildred in the Poultry 

St Nicholas Aeons • — 

St Nicholas Coleabby 

St Nicholas Olave ■ 

St Olave in Hart-flreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
Sr Olave in Silver-ftrect — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad- ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-ftreet 40 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 7 
St Swithin at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftle 

Trinity Pariih 

StVedaft, alias Fofter 



Bur. 
It 
22 

I I 
O 

10 

3 

24 

I I 
18 

15 
10 

8 

3 
3 
o 
6 

7 

4 

28 

4 
25 

4 

3 

19 

18 
9 



9 

10 

1 1 



Chriftened in the ninety-feven Parifhes within the Walls 1 154 Buried 1641 



St Andrew in Holborn 881 

St Bartholomew the Great— 43 
St Bartholomew the Lefs — 16 
St Botolph by Aldeifgate — 181 

St Botolph by Aldgate 6ycf 

St Botolph by Bilhopfgate — 426 



Bridewell Precinft o 

St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 1 2 6 

St Dunftan in the Weft 146 

St George in Southwark — 263 

St Giles by Cripplegate 392 

St John in Southwark 272 



St Olave in Southwark — 287 
St Saviour in Southwark — 517 

St Sepulchre's Parifti 501 

St Thomas in Southwark — 208 
Trinity in the Minories — 24 



25 
87 ■ 



Chriftened in the feventeen Parifhes without the Walls 3944 



Buried 4962 



,5t Ann in Middlele x 138 

Thrift Church in Surrey — 162 
rhrill Church in Middlefex 602 

5t Dunllan at Stepney 352 

St George in Bloomfbury — 327 
St George in Middlefex — 366 
St George by Queen's fquare 362 
St Giles in the Fields 1037 



'^75^- 



St James at Clerkenwell -"—ssg 

St John at Clerkenwell 49 

St John at Hackney 2 1 1 

St John atWapping 240 

St Katherine near the Tower i68 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 887 
St Luke in Middlefex — 1023 
St Mary at Iflington 1 8 1 



St Mary at Lambeth 415 

St Mary Magd. Bermondfcy 3^1 

St Mary at Newington 266 

St Mary at Rothcrhith 258 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 961 
St Matthew at Bethnal Green 506 
St Paul at Shadwell 334 



Chriftcned in the rwcnty-three Out Parifhes in Middlefex and Surrey 5992 Buried 9765 



St Ann in Weftminflcr — 290 
St Clement Danes 358 



St John theEvangelift 123 

St Margaret in Weftminft. 809 
St Martin in the Fields — 946 



I 



St George by Hanover-fqu.670 
Sr James in Weftminfter 1002 

Chriftcned in the ten Parifhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3749 



St Mary le Strand 38 

The Precinft of the Savoy 70 
St Paul in Covent Garden 1 89 



Buried 



4504 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A Bortive and Stilborn 588 
•*^ Aged 1512 



Ague 

Ap<iplcxy and Suddenly 260 

313 
6 



Afthma and Tiflick 
Bcdndden — 

Blccdine — 

Bloody Flux 

Buritcn and Rupture- 
Cancer — 

Canker 

Childbed 

Ctinaked with Fat 

Colick, Gripes, and^ 
Twilling of the f 

Guts 3 

Cold 



'ion 



Cougb ajid Hooping } 

Cough J 

Dropfy — 



42 

2 

180 

I 

68 

1 

4459 

5718 

199 

944 

^7 



Fever,Malign ant Fe- 
ver, Scarlet Fever, 
Sported Fever, and 

Purples 

Fiftula — 

Flux 



! 



French Pox — 

Gout 

Gravel, Stone, and 
Strangury — 

Grief 

Head-ach — 

HeadnioKlfliot, Hrr-" 
fhoehead, and Wa- 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies - 

Impofthume — — 
Inflammation - 
Itch 



2579 

6 

9 

■ 68 

60 
26 



Lunatick — 

Meaflcs 



Mortification 

Palfy 

Pleurify 

Qiiinfy • — 

Ra(h 

Rheumatil'm — 

Rickets — 

Rifmg of the Lights- 
Scurvy 



79 
156 
196 

5' 

18 

H 

2 

10 
6 
6 



5 

2 Small Pox 



Leprofy — 

Lethargy 

Livergrown — — 



43 
112 

86 
2 

3 
4 
4 



—1608 

12 

8 
6 



[Sores and Ulcers 

Sore Throat 

St Anthony's Fire 

Stoppage inthe Stomach 1 9 

Surfeit — I 

Swelling — 7 

Teeth 887 

Thrufh 84 

Vomiting and Loofnefs 5 

Worms -^^ ■ 9 



BRoken Limbs 
Bruifed 

Burnt 

Drowned — — 



Falls andl 
ther Acci- f 



Exceflive Drinking — 

Executed — 

Found dead 

Killed by Falls and 

fcvcral other 

dents 

Killed thcmfelves 

Killed in the Pillory — 

Murdered — . 

Overlaid — 

Scalded -^^ 

Smothered — 

Starved 

Suffocated — 



8 

3 

12 

I2S 
II 

2 

H 
66 

44 
I 

5 

2t 

9 

1 

4 
3 



Total 329^ 



[Males — 7591 
Females 7248 
In all — 14830 



BURIED 



Under Two Years of Age 
Between Two and Five — 
Five and Ten — - ■— 
Tea and Twenty 



7466 

^973 
605 

57^ 



Whereof have died. 
Twenty and Thirty —— 1523 

Thirty and Forty 1982 

Forty and Fifty 2069 

Fifty and Sixty 1788 



[Males — 10284 
Females 10588 
In all — 20872 



Sixty and Seventy 

Seventy and Eighty 

Eighty and Ninety 

Ninety and a Hundred — 



1412 

976 

45 » 
55 



Decreafed in the Burials this Year 1045 



A General 



^75 7- 
A General BILL of all the Chriftenings and Burials, 

From tlie 14th of December 1756, to the 13th of December 1757. 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty, 
By the Company of Pariflx Clerks of London, &c. 



Bur. 

St A LBAN inWood-flxecc 23 

^*- Alhallows Barkin — 65 

A 1 hallows in Bread-ftreet — 10 

Alhallows the Great 22 

Alhallows ill Honey-lane — o 

Alliallows the Lcfs 1 7 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftrcet 14 

«3 

3 2 
6 

3<^ 
42 
2+ 

99 
2 



Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

Rt Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Underfhaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Arui within AJdcrlgace — 

St Anil in Black Friars 

Sc Anthony, vulg. Anthoiin 
St Auguftin, vulg Auftin — i 
St Bartholomcwby Exchange 12 
Sc Bencdicl, v. Bcnnet Fink 14 

St Bennet Gracechurch o 

St Bcnnet at Paul's Wharf— 2 3 

St Bennet Sherehog o 

St Bololph at Billinfgatc — 
Chrift Church PariHi 



St Gregory by St Paul's — 
St Helen near Bifhopfgate — 
St James in Duke's Place — 
St James at Garlickhithe — 
St John Baptift by Dowgate 

St John the Evangelift 

St John Zachary ■ — 

St Katherine Coleman 

St Katherine Creechurch — 

St Laurence Jewry 

St Laurence Pountney 



10 

15 
1 1 

8 

22 

59 
10 

25 
3« 



St Mary Ic Bow in Chcapfide 
St Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

St Mary Colcchurch 

St Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
St Mai7 Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
St Mary Mugd. Old Fifli-ftr. 



Sc Chriftopher's PariOi 

St Clement near Eallcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunllan in the Eaft - — 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parilh 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fcnchurch-ftr. 
Sc George in Botolph-lane^ — 1 2 
Chriilcned in the ninety 

St Andrew in Holborn 864 

St Bartholomew the Great-- 33 
S> Banholomew the Lefs — 15 
' : iiutolph byAldcrrgate — 197 
St Botolpli by AKigatr— 672 
St Butolph by BiJliopfgate — 432 

CJuilUned ill the feventecn Pariflies without tlic Walls 



St Leonard in Eaftchcap — 
St Leonard in Foller-lane — 
St Magnus by London Bridge 
St Margaret in Lothbury — 

St Margaret Mofes 

St Margaret in New FiOi-llr. 
St Margaret Pattens • 

St Martin Ironmonger-lane 

St Martin at Ludgate 

vSt Martin Orgars — 

St Martin Outwich 

St Martin Vintrey — • 

St Mary Abchurch 

St Mary in Aldernianbury — 
St Mary Aldermarj' 



Bur, 
7a 

iS 

20 

24 
28 

4 

7 
22 

3« 

17 

»7 

9 

25 

14 

17 

3 
I 

9 

5 
12 

12 

9 

24 

9 

14 

13 

13 

1 1 

o 

27 
o 

18 



feven Parillics ^vithin the Walls 

Bridewell Precinct: o 

St Bridget, Vulg. St Bridc*s 1 ^"j 

St Dunftan in the Weft 19S 

St George in Southwark — 272 
St Giles by Cripplegatc— — 404 
Sc John in Southwark ——3 1 » 



Bar. 
St Mary Mounthaw — — — 23 

St Mary Somerfet — 17 

St Mary Staining ■ — H 
Sc Mary Woolchurch — o 

St Mary Woolnoth 1 5 

St Matthew in Friday-ftreet 4 

St Michael Baflilhaw 23 

St Michael in Cornhill 7 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 15 
St Michael at Qiieenhithe — 14 
St Michael le Quern — — to 

St Michael Royal lO 

St Michael in Wood-ftreet— 2 
St Mildred in Bread-ftreet— 7 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 8 

St Nicholas Aeons 9 

St Nicholas Coleabby 5 

St Nicholas Olave 

St Olave in Hart-ftreet 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 
St Olave in Silver- llrect — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Cheapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman- flrect 47 
St Stephen iii Walbrook — 5 
St Swithm at London-ftone 

St Thomas the Apoftlc 

Trinity Parifli • 

St Vedaft, alias Fofter ■ ■ — 



3 
36 
II 
29 

3 

3 
12 

«3 
12 



9 
6 

12 

20 



1086 Buried 1673 

St Olave in Southwark 

St Saviour in Southwark — 567 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 468 

St Thomas in Southwark — 256: 
Trinity in the MIrtories — - j< 



I 



l^^S 



Buried 5132 



!n Mitldlcfcx— — 210 
Church in Surrey — 190 
Chrift Church in Middlefex 546 

St Dunftan at Stepney — 496 

St George in Bloomlbury — 351 
St George ill Middk-fcx --^439 
St George by Qiieen's fqiiare 337 
St Giles in the Fields 959 



"^757- 

St James at Clcrkenwell — 565 
St John at Clerkenwcli— — 153 
St John at Hackney — : — 198 

St John at Wapping 299 

St Katherine near the Tower 185 
St Leonard in Shoreditch— 87.8 

St Luke in Middlefex 946 

St Mary at Iflington — — 194 



St Mary at Lambeth 414, 

St Mary Magd. Bermondfey 424. 

St Mary at Newington 283 

St Mary at Rothernith 236 

St Mary in Whitechapel — 980 
St Matthew atBethnal Green465 
St Paul at ShadwelJ 415 



Clirillened in the twenty-three Out Parilhes in Middkfex and Surrey 5782 Buried lojig 



St Ann in Wcftminfter 263 

St Cltrmrnt Danes ■ 325 

St Gcoi^ by t lanover-fqu. 7 1 7 



St Mary le Strand- 



St John the Evangelift 102 

St Margaret in Weftminft. 85 
St Martin in the Fields — 875 
St JamesinVVellminfter —898 
Chriftcncd in the ten Parilhes in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3520 Buried 4395 



58 



The Prccind of the Savoy 1 35 
St Paul in Covent Garden J 72 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A Bertive and Stilborn 569 

'^ Accii 1545 

Ague • 4 

Ap»pl«xy wjd SuJdcnly 205 
A" r.J TiiTick— 401 

i:. .:-— I 

• ,, , 1 lux 6 

irl'tcn and Rupture- 1? 

inccT — 58 

Cwikcr lO 

(■- ■ -,75 

cf the \ 64 






L'l.l.i 



tr-iji. jnd Hooping 



-3973 
-521 1 



Co;i!;h 



ioopingJ ^^^ 



r, and 1 



FCTcr,MalignantFe- 

ver, Scarlet Fever, 

Sported Fever, and 

Fiirples — 

French Pox — — 

Gout ■ 

Gravel, Stone, 
Strangury 

Griif — 

Head-ach — — — 
Hcailmoldfhot, Hor- 
fhochcad, and Wa- 
ter ill the Head 

Jaundics ■ 

Impofthume — - 
tnfiammation — 

Itch 

Lqjrofy 

Lethargy — — 

Livcrgrown 

Lunaiick — — 
Mrafics 



1 



Mifcarriagc 



2564 

■ 53 
5fc 
2 

6 
I 

42 



- 98 

— 13 

— 76 



3 
I 

7 
2 

77 

24 

t 



Mortification 

Palfy . . 

Pleurily . — 

Quinfy "— 

Ra(h 

Rheumatifm — - 

Rickets — ^ 

Rifing of the Lights- 
Scald Head — 

Sciatica - . .- - 

Scurvy 

Small Pox 

Sores and Ulcers 

Sore Throat — 



St Anthony's Fire — 
Steppage ill the Stomach 

Surfeit 

Swelling; — 

Swine Pox — ■ ■ 

Teeth 

Thrulh 



222 

55 

>3 

»4 

1 

8 

16 
2 
I 
I 

3 
3296 

16 
22 

3 
16 



Vomiting and Loofnefs 
Worms ' 



2 

5 
1 

766 

78 
II 



BRokcn Limbs 
Bruifcd 

Burnt 

Drowned — — 



Exccflive Drinking — 

Executed 

Found dead — — 
Killed by Falls and! 
feveral other Acci- > 
dents — J 

Killed thcmfelves — ^— 
Licked by a mad Dog 
Murdcieci ■ — 

Overlaid ^—— 

Poifoned — ■ 
Scalded ' — 



Smothered — 

Starved 

SuSocated — - 



4 

9 

9 

132 

7 
6 

9 

64 

40 

2 

3 

22 
t 

3 
I 
2 
5 



Total 318 
3^ 



! Males — 7195 
Females 6858 
In ali 14053 



r Males — 1082 1 
BURIED \ Females 10492 



(.In all 



Whereof have died, 



Under Two V'cars of Age -£39; 
Between Two and Five — 24 1 1 

Frrr and Ten — — 948 

Ti.r. »wd Twenty 6Sj 

Twenty iai Tkirtj'— — 1695 



Thirty and Forty — 1 906 

Forty and Fifty ■ 1906 

Fifty and Sixty 17J0 

SLvty and Serenty — 1418 



Seventy and Eighty 1024 
Eighty and Ninety — 431 
Ninety and a Hundred 74 
A Hundred — ■ 2 



Increafed in tlie Burials this Year 
H h 



441 



— 21313 

A Hundred and Onfr— • « 

A Hundred and Two— f 

A Hundred and Threes 1 

A Hundred and Five — 2 



A General 



A General BILL of all the Chrlftenings and Burials, 

From the 13th of December 1757, to the 12th of December 1758. « 

According to the Report made to the King's moft excellent Majefty^J 



By the Company of Parifli Clerks of London, &c. 



St A LEAN in Wood-ftreet 13 

■**■ Alhallows Barkin — 
, Alhallows in Brcad-Ihcet — 

I Alhallows the Great 

Alhallows in Honey-lane — 

Alhallows the Lefs 

Alhallows in Lombard-ftrcct 

Alhallows Staining 

Alhallows on London Wall 
St Alphage near Sion College 

St Andrew Hubbard 

St Andrew Undcrfliaft 

St Andrew Wardrobe 

St Ann within Alderi'gate — 
St Ann in Black Friars 



St Anthony, vulg, Antholin 
St Aiiguftin, vulg. Auftin — 
St Bartholomew by Exchange 
St Benedict, v. Bennet Fink 

St Bennet Gracechurch 

St Bennet at Paul's Wharf — 

St Bennet Sherchog 

St Botolph at Billinfgate — 

Chrift Church Pariih 

St Chriftophcr's Parifh 

St Clement near Eaftcheap 

St Dionis Backchurch 

St Dunftan in the Eaft 

St Edmund the King 

St Ethelburga's Parifh 

St Faith under St Paul's — 
St Gabriel in Fenchurch-ftri 
St George in Botolph-lane — 



Bur. 




t»3 


St 


53 


St 


8 


St 


29 


St 





St 


II 


St 


: 9 


St 


12 


Sc 


2L-i 


St 


3' 


St 


5 


St 


33 


St 


34 


St 


31 


St 


81 


St 


12 


St 


I 


St 


6 


St 


6 


St 


I 


St 


34 


St 


2 


St 


4 


St 


47 


St 


} I 


St 


8 


St 


8 


St 


53 


St 


15 


St 


1 1 


St 


37 


St 


5 


St 


10 





Gregory by St Paul's 
Helen near Bilhopfgate — 
James in Duke's Place — 
James at Garlickhithe — 
John Baptift by Dowgate 

John the Evangclift 

John Zachary — 

Katlierine Coleman 



Eur. 

7^ 
17 
'3 
14 
12 
I 
10 



St Mary Mounthaw — 
St Mary Somerfet — 

St Mary Staining 

St Mary Woolchurch 
St Mary Woolnoth 



Biir. 



I 

IT 1 



Kathcrine Creechurch — 

Laurence Jewry 

Laurence Pountney • 



Leonard in Eaftcheap — 
Leonard inFofter-lane — ■ 
Magnus by London Bridge 
Margaret in Lothbuiy — 

Margaret Mofes 

Margaret in New FiOi- fir. 
Margaret Pattens ■ 



Martin Ironmonger-lane 

Martin at Ludgate 

Martin Orgars — 

Martin Outwich 

Martin Vintrcy 

Mary Abchurch 

Mary in Aldermanbury — 

Mary Alderraary 

Mary le Bow in Cheapfidc 
Mary Bothaw at Dowgate 

Mary Colechurch 

Mary Hill by Billinfgate 
Mary Magd. in Milk-ftr. 
Mary Magd. Old Fifh-ftr. 



3'- 

5 
10 

29 

14 

14 

6 
o 
8 

5 
27 

13 

7 
II 

9 
14 
20 

ID 

6 
o 

21 

O 

14 



St Matthew in Friday-llreet 

St Michael Baffifhaw 

St Michael iaCornhill 

St Michael in Crooked-lane 171 
St Michael at Queenliithe — 2|fl 

St Michael le Quern f^ 

St Michael Royal 

St Michael in Wood-flreet 



'7 
2 

'9 
i 

'7, 



St Mildred in Bread-ftrect-- 
St Mildred in the Poultry — 

St Nicholas Aeons 

St Nicholas Colcabby 

St Nicholas Olave 

Sc Olave in Hart-ftrect 

St Olave in the Old Jewry 



9. 
8. 

9 
21 

10 
'9 



St Olave in Silvcr-ftrcet — 
St Pancras in Pancras-lane 

St Peter in Chcapfide 

St Peter in Cornhill . 

St Peter near Paul's Wharf 
St Peter Poor in Broad-ftr. 
St Stephen in Coleman-llreec 47 
St Stephen in Walbrook — 10 
St Swithin at London-flone 

St Thomas the Ajxjftle 

Trinity Parifh — i^ 

StVedaft, alias Fofler . 2j 



20 
8- 



Chrillened in the ninety-fevenParifhes within the Walls 1089 Buried 1468 



St Andrew in Holborn 

St Bartholomew the Great 
Sl Bartholomew the Lefs - 
St Botolph by Alderfgate - 
St Botolph by Aldg:ite 



-643 

- 25 

- 16 

-159 



St Botolph by Bifhopfgate — 341 



Bridewell Precindl — — • — • o 
St Bridget, vulg. St Bride's 126 
St Dunftan in the Weft — 107 
St George in Southwark -^2 1 5 

St Giles by Cripplegate 403 

St John in Southwark 231 



St Olave in Southwark 26 j 

St Saviour in Southwark — 455 

St Sepulchre's Parifh 4 1 5 

St Thomas in Southwark — 177 
Trinity in the Minories — 



.Chriltened in the feventecn Parilhes without the Walls 3670 Buried 41 51 



• y J"' 

St James at Clerkcnwell — 454 

St John at Clerkcnwell 6S 

St John at Hackney 205 

Sc John at Wapping 2 2 1 

St Katherine near the Tower 159 
St Leonard in Shoreditch — 6b'6 

St Luke in Middlefex 826 

St Mary at Iflington 1 97 1 



St Ann in Middlefex 140 

Chrift Church in Surrey — 143 

Chrift Church in Middlefex 454 

St Dunftan at Stepney 375 

1 St George in Bloomfbury — 3 16 

I St George in Middlefex 346 

, St George by Queen's fquare29 1 
|St Giles in the Fields 796 

Chriftencd in the twenty-three Out Parifhcs in Middlefex and Surrey 5976 Buried 8195 

St Ann in Weftminfter — 197 
5t Clement Danes 274 



St Mary at Lambeth 3 2 5 

St Mary Magd. B •rmondfey332 

St Mary at New.ngon 177 

St Mary at Rotl.erhith 177 

Sr Mary in Whitechapcl — 768 
St Matthew at Bcthnal Green 41 5 
St Paul at Shadwell 324 



St John the Evangelift — 
St Margaret in Weftminft. 
St Martin in the Fields — 



665 

784 



St Mary le Strand 

The Precinft of the Savoy 

St Paul in Covent Garden 



6f 



St George by Hanover- fqu. 6 1 2 
^St James in Weftminfter — 801 

Chriftened in the ten Pariilies in the City and Liberties of Weftminfter 3474 Buried 3762. 



DISEASES and CASUALTIES. 



A Bortive and Stilbom 597 

■**• Aged 1397 

Ague — I 

Apoplexy and Suddenly 191 
Afthma and Tiflick — 294 

Bedridden — 4 

Bleeding — 8 



Bloody Flux 

Burlten and Rupture- 
Cancer — 

Canker ^-^ 

Chicken Pox ■ - 

Childbed — 

Colick, Gripes, and 1 
Twifting of the > 

Guts 3 

Confumption 34ri 

Convull'ion 441 7 



185 

50 



Cough and Hooping ) 

Cough 1 

Diabetes — 

Dfopfy 



84 

2 
682 




Evil 
Fever,Ma!ignantFe 

ver, ~ " 

Spotted 

Purples 

Faiula 

Flux 

French Pox 
Gout 



:r,Ma!ignantFe-"J 
, Scarlet Fever, I 
itted Fever, and ( 
•pies -* 



Gravel, Stone, 
Strangury 

Grief 

Headmfildfhot, Hor- 
ihoeheaJ, and Wa- 
ter in the Head 

Jaundies 

Impolthume — 

Inflammation — 

Itch 



;, and r 



I 



Le pro fy 

Lethargy 
Livcrgrown 



2472 

5 

7 
46 

39 

19 

5 

40 

87 
9 

54 
2 
2 
4 



Lunatick — 
Meafles — 
Mifcarriage 
Mortification 
Palfy 



PIcuri fy — 
Quinfy - — - 
Ralh 



Rheumatifm 
Rickets 



72 
696 

2 

154 
66 

17 
21 

4 
10 

14 
I 



Rifing of the Lights — 
Small Pox — '^73 



Sores and Ulcers 
Sore Throat 



St Anthony's Fire 

Stoppage inthe Stomach 

Teeth 

Thrufh — 

Tympany 

Vomiting and Loofncls 
Worms — . 



14 
5 
4 

644 

91 
2 

7 
6 



BRokcn Limbs 
Bruifed 

Burnt 



Cho.iked with Fat — 
Drowned — 



y Falls andl 
other Acci- f 



Exccflive Drinki; 

Executed 

Found dead — 
Froze to Death- 
Killed by Falls 

fevcral other 

dents 
Killed thcmftlves 

Murdered 

Overlaid 

Scalded - ■ — ^ 

Smothered 

Starved — — 
Suffocated — 



:g _ 



58 



Total 282 



f Males - 
Females 
In all - 



7347 
6862 



Under Two Years of Age 597 1 
Between Two and Five — 1795 
Five and Ten ■ 717 

Ten and Twenty - . .^ 556 



• 14209 

Whereof have died, 



{Males — 8931 
females 8645 
In all — 17576 



Twenty and Thirty 1362 

Thirty and Forty — 15^9 

Forty and Fifty ~— 1606 

Fifty and Sixty —— 1368 



Sixty and Seventy — 1208 
Seventy and Eighty 961 
Eighty and Ninety — 370 
Ninety and a Hundred ti8 



A Hundred and Two — r 

A Hundred .ind Three- i 

A Hi.ndred and Four— i 

A Hundred and Six t 



Decreafed in tJie Burials this Year 3737 




Natural 



Natural and Political 



OBSERVATIONS &c. 



CHAP. L 

Of the Bills of Mortality^ their beginmng and progrefs. 

TH E firft of the continued weekly bills of mortality extant at the parifh 
clerks hall begins the twenty ninth of December 1603, being the firft 
year of King James his reign ; fince when a weekly account hath been 
kept there of burials and chriftnings. It is true, there were bills before, viz. for 
the years 1592,-93,-94; but fo intemipted fince, that I could not depend upon 
the fufficiency of them, rather relying upon thofe accounts, which have been kept 
iince in order, as to all the ufes I (hall make of diem. 

2. I beHeve, that the rife of keeping thefe accounts was taken [from the plague : 
for the faid bills (for ought appears) firft began in the faid year 1592, being a 
time of great mortality •, and, after fome difufe, were refumed again in the year 
1603, after the great plague then happening likewife. 

3. Thele bills were printed and publiftied, not only every week, on Thurfdays, 
but alfo a general account of the whole year was given in upon the Thurfday be- 
fore Chriftmas-day: which faid general accounts have been prelcnted in the fcveral 
manners following, viz. from the year 1603 to the year 1624, inclufive, accord- 
ing to the pattern here inferted. 

1623. 1624. 

the general bill for the while year, of all the buriuls and chriftnings^ as well within 
the city ef London, avd the liberties thereof as in the nine out pariflies adjoining 
to the city, with the Peji-houfe belonging to the fame : from Thurfday the \ Sth of 
December 1623, to Thurfday th$ ibtb of December 1624, according to the re- 
port madete the King's mojl Excellent Majejly by the company of the parifj-clerks of 
London. 

BURIED this year in the fourfcore and fcvcnty parifhes of London ? ^„o< 
within the walls, P^^^ 

Whereof of the plague, — i 

B Buried 



■« GRAUNT'S OBSERVATIONS 

Buried this year in the fixtcen parifhes of London, and the Peft-houfc, 
being within the Hberties, and without the walls, 

\\ hereof, of the plague, 

Tht wliole fum of all the Burials in London, and tlic liberties thereof, 
is this year, 

Whereof, of the plague, 

Buried of the plague without the liberties in Middlcfcx and Surrey, this 
whole yetfr, 

Chriftened in London, and the liberties thereof, this year. 

Buried this year in the nine out-paiifhes, adjoining to London, and out 
of the freedom. 

Whereof, of the plague. 

The total of all the burials in the places aforclaid, is 

Whereof, of the plague, 

Chriftened in all the aforefaid places this year, 

PariJhes clear ot the plague, 

ParUhes that have been infeded this year. 



—5 
—6 

h 

— 636g 
>a90o 

—5 

122IO 

— II 

— 8299 
116 

—6 



4. In the year 1625, every parifli was particularized, as in the fdlowing bill : 
where note, that this next year of plague caufcd tlic augmentation and correftiorv 
of the bills i as the former year of plague did the very being of them. 



1624. 



1625. 



y1 general, or great bill for this year, of the •wb9k number of burials, which have been 
buried of all difeafes, and affo of the plague in every parifb within the city of Lon- 
don, and the liberties thereof; as alfo in the nine out-parijhes adjoining to the faid 
city; with the Peji-houfe belonging to the fame : from Thurfday the ibth day of 
December, 1624, to Thurfday the istb day of December, 1625, according to 
the report made to the King^s mojt Excellent Majejty by the company of parifb-clerks of 
London. 



LONDON, 

ALBANS in Wood-llrcet 
A llhallows Barking 
Alihallows Bread-ftreet 
-A 11 hallows the Great 
Alihallows Hony-lanc 
Alihallows the Lefs 
Alihallows Lombard- ftrcct 
Alihallows Stainings 
Alihallows the Wall 
Alphage Cripple-gate 
Andrew- Hubbard * 

Andrews Underihaft 
Andrews by Wardrobe 
Anns at Aldcrfgate 



Bur. 1 


Plag. 


188 


7« 


i91 


26g 


34 


«4 


442 


302' 


iS 


8 


^59 


205 


b'6 


44- 


183 


•38 


301 


^55 


240 


190 


146 


101 


219 


149 


373 


191 


196 


I2S 




Anns 



^^^^^^ THE 


OF MORTALITY. j ^^| 


^^^^^t 


Bur. Piag. ^H 


^^^^^^^V Anns Black-Fryars 


3i^ 


215 ^H 


^^^^^^^H Anrholins Parifh 


62 


^H 


^^^^^^^H Auftins Parifh 


72 


^H 


^^^^^^^V Barcholomew at the Exchange 


52 


^H 


^^^^^^^B Bennets 


J08 


^H 


^^^^^^^H Bennets Grace-Church 


- 48 


^1 


^^^^^^^H Bennets at Paul's Wharf 


226 


'3' ^H 


^^^^^^^^H Bennets Shearhog 


24 


^H 


^^^^^^^K. Botoiphs Billings-gate 


99 


^H 


^^^^^H Chrift's-Church Parifh 


611 


^H 


^^^^^^^H Chriflopher's Parifh 


48 


^H 


^^^^^^^H Clennents by Eailcheap 


87 


^1 


^^^^^^^H Dionys Back-Church 


99 


^H 


^^^^^^^H Dunftans in the Eafl 


335 


225 ^^H 


^^^^^^^H £dmunds Lumbard-flreec 


78 


^H 


^^^^^^^H Ed^borow in Bifhops-gate 


205 


101 ^^H 


^^^^^^^B 


89 


H 


^^^^^^^B St. Foflers in Fofler-lane 


149 


102 ^^M 


^^^^^^^B Gabriel Fen-Church 


71 


^m 


^^^^^^^B George Botolphs-lane 


30 


^M 


^^^^^^^H Gregorics by Paul's 


296 


^^B 


^^^^^^^H Heliens in Bifhops-gate flreet 
^^^^^^^H James by Garlick-hich 


,36 


^H 


180 


109 ^^H 


^^^^^^^P John Baptifl 


122 


^H 


^^^^^^^K Jfjhn Evangel id 


7 


^^H 


^^^^^^^H John Zacharies 


»43 


^H 


^^^^^^^^B James Dukes-place 


Sio 


154 ^H 


^^^^^^^B Katherine Colemanflreet 


26 


175 ^H 


^^^^^^^B Katherine Cree-Church 


8S6 


373 ^H 


^^^^^^^B Lawrence in the Jewry 


9» 


^H 


^^^^^^^B' Lawrence Pountney 


206 


127 ^H 


^^^^^^^B Leonards Eaftcheap 


55 


^H 


^^^^^^^B Leonards Fofler-lane 


292 


209 ^^M 


^^^^^^^B Magnus Parifh by the Bridge 


»37 


H 


^^^^^^^B Margarets Lothbury 


114 


^B 


^^^^^^^B Margarets Mofes 


37 


^H 


^^^^^^^B Margarets New Fifhflreet 


I2J 


^H 


^^^^^^^P Margarets Pattons 


77 


^B 


^^^^^^^B Mary Ab-Church 


98 


^B 


^^^^^^^B Mary Aldermanbury 


126 


^H 


^^^^^^^B Mary Aldermary 


92 


^H 


^^^^^^^B Mary le Bow 


35 


^H 


^^^^^^^B Mary Bothaw 


22 




^^^^^^^B Mary Coal-Church 


26 


^^H 


^^^^^^H Mary at the Hill 


*52 


^H 


^^^^^^^^^^^H 


B i Mary ^H 



GRA.UNT*S OBSERVATIONS 

LONDON, Bur. I Flag, 

Mary Mounthaw 76 58 

Mary Sommerfet 270 192 

Mary Stainines 70 44 

Mary Woolcourdi 58 35 

Mary Woolnoth 8 a 50 

Martins Ironmonger-laoe 25 18 

Martins at Ludgate 254. 164 

Martins Orgars 88 47 

Martins Outwich 60 30 

Martins in the Vintry 339 208 

Matthew Friday-ftrect 24 i J 

Maudlins in Milk-ftreet 402 23 

Maudlins Old-fiih-ftrtec 225 142 

Michael Bafllfhaw 199 139 

Michael Comhill 159 79 

Michael Crooked-lane 144 91 

Michael Queen-hith *^5 *57 

Michael in the Quern 53 30 

Michael in the Royal in 61 

Michad in Wood-ftrcet 189 68 

Mildreds Bread-flreet 60 44 

Mildreds Poultrey 94 45 

Nicholas Aeons 33 13 

Nicholas Coal-Abby 87 67 

Nicholas Olaves 70 43 

Olaves in Hart-ftreec 266 195 

Olaves in the Jewry 43 25 

Olaves in Silver-ftrect 274 103 

Pantras by S<^r-lane 17 8 

Peters in Cheap 68 44 

Peters in Comhill f t8 78 

Peters at Paul's Wharf 97 68 

Peters Poor in Broad-ftrcet 52 27 

Stevens in Coalman-ftrcet 506 350 

Stevens in Walbrook 25 13 

Swithins at London-fton* 99 60 

Thomas Apoftles 14 1 107 

Trinity Parilh 148 87 

Buried within the 97 farifties within tbt watts of aitt\ 
MfiafeSf S '+340 

tFhereef, of the fiaguty ^-9^97 

Andrews 



s 



R T A L I T Y. 


5 


Bur. 


Flag. 


2190 


1636 


516 


360 


III 


65 


148 r 


1031 


2573 


'653 


213 


»f* 


2334 


7'4 


57^ 


307 


860 


642 


1608 


912 


3988 


2338 


3689 


2600 


2746 


1671 


34'5 


2420 


336 


277 


»3» 


87 


194 


18^ 



ON THE BILLS OF MO 

Andrews in Holborn 
Bartholomew the Great 
Bartholomew the Lels 
Brides Pariih 
Borolph Aldgate 
Bridewel Prcctndb 
Botolphs Bifhops-gate 
Botolphs Alders-gate 
Dunftans the Weft 
Georges Southwark. 
Giles Ciipplegatc 
Olaves in Southwark 
Savioun in Southwark 
Sepulchres Parifli 
Thomas in Southwark 
Trinity in the Minories 
At the Pefthoufe 

Buried i» ibe 16 parijbes without the walls ^ Jlanding part within "l 

the liberties, and part without ^ in Middlefex^ and Surrey ^ anJ^iGgyz 
at the Peji'houfe. 3 

Whereof, ef the plague , — ^T^St 

Buried in the tune out-parijhes. 

Clements Temple-bar 
Giles in the Fields 
James at Clarken-weU 
Katherines by the Tower 
Leonards in Shoreditch 
Martins in the Fields 
Mary White-chapel 
Magdalens Bermondley 
Savoy Parifli 

Buried in the nine out-parijhes^ in Middlefex and Sarrrfy 

Whereof, of the plague. 

The total of all the burials of all difeafes, within the walls, with' ") 

out the walls, in the liberties, in Middlefex and Surrey : with > 5426s 

the nine out-pariJhes, and the Peji-boufe, j 

IVhereof, buried of the plague, this prefent year, is — 354^7 

Chrijlnings this prefent year, is -^6983 

Parifhes clear this year, is — i 

Porifhes infected this year, it — 121 



Bur. 


Flag. 


1284 


75S 


"^311 


947 


1191 


9^1 


998 


744 


»995 


1407 


1470 


973 


3305 


2272 


1127 


889 


250 


176 


— 


'2953 


— 


9067 



la 



6 GRAUNT»SOBSERVATIONS 

5. In the year 1626, the city of Weftminfter in imitation of London was in- 
frrtcd. The grofs account 01 burials and chriftenings, with diftinftion of the 
plague, being only taken notice of therein 1 the fifth, or laft canton, or lined-Ipace, 
of the faid biJJ, being varied into the form following, viz. 

( Buried 47 1 

In Weftminfter tliis year < Plague ij 

I Chriflnings 361 

6. In the year 1629, an account of the difeafes and cafualties, whereof any died, 
together with the diftind^ion of males and females, making the fixth canton of the 
bin, was atlded in manner following. 

Tbe canton of cafualties i and of the bill for the year 1632, being of the fame form 
iiith that 0/1629. 



ABORTIVE and ftillbom 
Affrighted 
Aged 
Ague 

Apoplex and Meagrim 
Bit with a mad dog 
BL-eding 

Bloody flu-x, fcowring, and flux 
Bruifed, iffues, fores, and ulcers. 
Burnt and fcalded 
Burft and rupture 
Cancer and wolf 
Canker 
Childbed 

Chrifomes and infants 
Cold and cough 
Colirk, ftone, ftrangury 
Coni'umption 
ConvulOon 
Cut of the Stone 
1 )ead in the ftreet, and ftarved 
Dropfy and fwelling 
Drowned 

Executed and preft to deadi 
Falling ficknel's 
Fever 
Fiftula 
Flox and fmall pox 



'Juam 


es this y ear y bevig 1032. 




415 


French pox 


12 


i 


Gangreiv 


5 


628 


Gout 


4- 


43 


Grief 


11 


17 


Jaundice 


43 


I 


Jaw fain 


78 


3 


Impofthume 


44 


348 


Killed by feveral accidents 


6 


28 


King's evil 


38 


5 


Lethargy 


2 


9 


Livergrown 


87 


10 


Lunatick 


5 


I 


Made away ihemfclves 


>5 


171 


Mealies 


80 


2268 


Murthered 


7 


55 


Overlaid, and ftarvcd at nuric 


7 


5^ 


Palfy 


^5 


^79^7 


Piles 


1 


241 


Plague 


8 


5 


Planet 


'3 


6 


Plcurefy and fpleen 


36 


z6y 


Purples and ipottcd fever 


38 


4 


Quinfy 


7 


38 


Rifir.g of the lights 


98 


>7 


Sciatica 


I 


1108 


Scurvy and itch 


9 


'3 


Suddenly 


62 


5i^ 


Surfeit 


86 
Swine 



ON THE 

Svvlne pox 

Teeth 

Thrufh and fore- mouth 

Tympany 



BILLS OF MORTALITY. 



6 

470 

• 40 

«3 

Chriftened < 



Tifllck 

Vomiting 

Worms 



3+ 

t 

27 



Males 4994^ C Males 4932 

I Females 4590 > Buried < Females 460J 
fin all 95843 (In all 9535 

Whereof, of the plague 8 

Incrcafed in the burials in the it2 parifhes, and at the Peft-houfc this year, 993 
Decrealed of the plague in the 122 parifhes, and at the Peft-houfe this year, 662 

7. In the year 1636, the account of the burials and chriftnings, in the parifhes 
of Iflington, Lambeth, Stepney, Newingcon, Hackney, and Redriff were added 
in the manner following, making a feventh canton, viz. 



T «;r f Chriftned 

InMargarets g^^j^j 

Weftmmftcr | pj^^^,^ 



inington 



Lambeth 



Stepney 



i Chriftned 
Buried 
Plague 
! Chriftned 
Buried 
Plague 
i Chriftned 
Buried 
Plague 



440 

890 

o 

36 

»'3 

o 

132 
220 

o 

892 

i486 

o 



Newington 



Hackney 



Redriff 



f Chriftned 
] Buried 
( Plague 

{Chriftned 
Buried 
Plague 
[Chriftned 
Buried 
Plague 



^be total of all the burials in the /even laji parijhes this year. 

Whereof^ of the plague., 

the total of all the cbriflnings. 



99 
181 

o 

3? 

9« 
o 

16 

4« 
o 



2958 
o 

•645 



8. Covent-Garden being made a parifh, the nine out-pariflies were called the ten 
out-parifhes, the which in former years were but eight. 

9. In the year 1660, the laft-mcntioned ten parifties, with Weftminfter, Ifling- 
ton, Lambtth, Stepney, Newington, Hackney, and Redritf, are entered under 
two divifions, viz. the one containing the twelve parifhes lying in Miildlefex and 
Surrey, and the other the five parifhes within the city and liberrits of Weftminfter, 
viz. St, Clement Danes, St. Paul's Covent-Garden, St. Martin's in the Fields, St. 
Mary-Savoy, and St. Margaret's Weftminfter. 

10. We have hitherto defcribed the feveral ftcps, whereby the bills of mortality 
are come up to their prefem rtate ; we come next to fhew how tlv:y are made and 
compofed, which is in this manner, viz. When any one dies, then, either by 

tolling, or ringing of a bell, or by bef^icaking of a griive of the fexton, the fame ijs 
fnown to the fearchcrs, correfponding with tlie laid i'txton. 

II. The 



8 



GRAUNT'S OBSERVATIONS. 



1 1. The fearchers hereupon (who are antient matrons, fworn to their ofHce) re- 
pair to tlie place where the dead corps Ues, and by view of the fame, and by other 
enquiries, they examine by what dikafe or cafualty the corps died. Hereupon they 
malce their report to the parilh clerk, and he, every Tuefday night, carries in an 
account of all the burials and chriftnings happening that week, to the clerk of the 
hall. On Wcdnefday the general account is made up and printed, and on Thurf- 
day publillied and difperlcd to the I'everal families, who will pay four fhillings per 
annum for them. 

12. Memorandum, that although the general yearly bills have been fet out in 
the feveral varieties aforementioned, yet the original entries in the hall-books were 
as exaft in the very firft year, as to all particulars, as now ; and the fpecifying of 
cafualtics and difcales was probably more. 



General ohfervations upon the cafuahies. 

IN my difcouries upon thefe bills, I (hall firft fpeak of the cafualties ; then give 
my obil-rvations with reference to the places and parifhes compreliended in the 
bills; and next of the years and fealons. 

1 . 'Ihere fecms to be good reafon, why the magiftrate ftiould himfelf take notice of 
the numbers of burials and chriftnings, viz. to fee whether the city increafe or decreafe 
in people ; whether it increafe proportionably with the reft of the nation •, whether 
it be grown bigenough, or too big, &c. But why the fame fliojld be nude known 
to the people, othcrwile than to pleafe them, as with a curiofity, I fee not. 

2. Nor could I ever yet learn (from the many I have afked, and thofe not of 
the lead fagacity) to what purpofe the diftindion between males and females is 
inlerted, or at all taken notice of.' or why that of marriages was not equally given 
in ? Nor is it obvious to every body, why the account of cafualties (whereof we 
are now fpeakingi is made ? The reafon, which feems moft obvious for this latter, 
is, that the rtate of health in the city may at all times .appear. 

3. Now it may be objeded, that the fame depends moft upon the accounts of 
epidemical difeafes, and upon the chief of them all, the plague. Wherefore the 
mention of the reft feems only matter of curiofit)'. 

4. But to this we anfwer, that the knowledge even of the numbers, which die of 
the plague, is not fufRciently deduced from tlie meet report of the fearchers, which 
only the bills afford •, but from other ratiocinations, and comparings of the plague 
with fome other cafualties. 

5. For wc ftiall make it probable, that in the years of pl£^e, a quarter part 
more dies of that dileafe than are fet down : the fame we fhall prove by other ca- 
fualtics. Wherefore, if it be neceflary to impart to the world a good account of 
fome few cafualties, which fince it cannot well be done without giving an account 
of them all, then is our common pra<5tice of fo doing very apt and rational. 

6. Now, to make thefe corredions upon the, perhaps, ignorant and carelefs 
fearchers reports, I confidered firft of what authority they were of themfelves ; that 
is, whether any credit at all were to be given to their diftinguiftiments : and find- 
ing that many of the cafualties were but matter of fenfe, as whether a child wer^ 

abortive 



ON THE BILLS OF MORTALITY. 9 

aborrive or ftillborn -, whether men were aged, that is to fay, above fixty years old, 
or thereabouts, when they died, without any curious determination ; whether fuch 
aged pcrfons died pureJy ot age, as for that the innate heat was quite extinfV, or 
the radical moifture quite dried up (far I have heard fome candid phyficians com- 
plain of the darknefs, which themfelves were in hereupon) I fay, that thefe diftin- 
guifhments being but matter of fcnfe, I concluded the fearchers report might be 
fufficient in the cafe. 

7. As for confumptions, if the fearchers do but truly report (as they may) whe- 
ther the dead corps were very lean and worn away, it matters not to many of our 
purpofes, whether the difeale were exaftly the fame, as phyficians define it in their 
books. Moreover, in cafe a man ot feventy five years old died of a cough (of 
which had he been free, he might have poflibly lived to ninety) I cflecm it httle 
error (as to many of our purpoles) if this perfon be in tlie table of cafualties reckon- 
ed among the aged, and not placed under the title of coughs. 

8. In the matters of infants I would defire but to know clearly, what the (earch- 
ers mean by infants ; as whether children, that cannot fpeak, as the word infant feems 
to fignify, or children under two or three years old ; although I (hould not be fatis- 
ficd, whether the inlant died of wind, or of teeth, or of the convulfion, &c..or 
were choaked with phlegm, or elfe of teeth, convulfion, and fcowring, apart, or 
together, which, they fay, do often caule one another ; for, I fay, it is fomewhat 
to know how many die ufually before they can Ipeak, or how many live pall any 
affigned number of years. 

9. I fay, it is enough, if we know from the fearchers but the mod predominant 
fymptoms; as that one died of the headach, who was forely tormented with it, 
though the phyficians were of opinion, that the difeafe was in the ftomach. Again, 
if one died fuddenly, the matter is not great, whether it be reported in the bills, 
iuddcnly, apoplexy, or planet-ftrucken, &c. 

10. To conclude, in many of thefe cafes the fearchers are able to report the 
opinion of the phyfician, who was with the patient, as they receive the fame from 
the friends of die dcfunft : and in very many cafes, fuch as drowning, fcalding, 
bleeding, vomiting, making away themfelves, lunatics, fores, fmall-pox, Sec. 
their own fenfes are fufficient, and the generality of the world are able pretty well 
to diftinguifh the gout, flone, dropfy, falling- ficknefs, i)alfy, agues, pleurify, 
rickets, one from another. 

1 1 . But now as for thofe calualtics, which are apteft to be confounded and mif- 
takcn, I fh.ill in the enfuing difcourfe prefumc to touch upon them fo far, as the 
learning of thefe bills hath enabled me. 

J 2. Having premifed thefe general ad vertifements, our firft obfcrvation upon 
tlie cafualties fhall be, that in twenty years there dying of all difeafes and cafual- 
ties 229250, that 71124 died ofthethrufh, convulfion, rickets, tcLih and worms; 
and as abortives, chryfomcs, infants, livitrgrovvn, and ovcrl.iid ; chat is to fay, 
that about j of the whole died of thole difeafes, which we gucls did all light upoti 
children under four or five years old. 

13. There died alfo of the fmall-pox, fwine-pox, and meafles. and of worms 
without convulfions, 12210, of which number we fuppole hkcwiJc, that about -i 
xrught be children under fix years old. Now, if we confide; ihit fixtccn of the faid 

C 2.9^50 



lo GRAUNT'S OBSERVATIONS 

229250 died of that extraordinary and grand cafualty, the plague, we Ihall find 
that about thirty fix per centum of all quick conceptions died before fix years old. 

14. 'J'he fecond obfervation is, that of the faid 229250 dying of all difeafes, 
there died of acute difeafes (the plague excepted) but about 50000, or * parts. 
The which proportion doth give a meafure of the ftate, and difpofition of this cli- 
mate and air as to health ; thefe acute and epidemical difeafes happening fuddenly 
and vehemently, upon the like corruptions and alterations in the air. 

15. The third obfervation is, that ot the faid 229250, about feventy died of 
chronical difeafes, which Ihews (as I conceive) the ftate and difpofition of die 
country (including as well its food as air) in reference to health, or rather to lon- 
gevity : for as the proportion of acute and epidemical difeafes (hews the aptnefs of 
the air to fudden and vehement imprelfions ; fo the chronical diieal'es (hew the or- 
dinary temper of the place : lb that upon the proportion of chronical di(eafcs feems 
to hang the judgment of the fitnefs of the country for long life. For, I conceive, 
that in countries fubjecl to great epidemical fwecps, men may live very long, but, 
where the propordon of the chronical diftempers is great, it is not likely to be fo ; 
becaufe men being long fick, and always fickly, cannot live to any great age, as 
we f«^ in fevcral forts ot metal-men, who, although they are lefs lubjedt to acute 
difeafes than others, yet feldom live to be old, that is, not to reach unto thofe 
years, which David lays is the age of man. 

16. The fourth obfervation is, that of the faid 229250, not 4000 died of out- 
ward griefs, as of cancers, fiftulas, fores, ulcers, broken and bruifed limbs, im- 
pofthumes, itch, king's-evil, leprofy, fcald-head, fwine-pox, wens, &c. viz. not 
one in fixty. 

17. In the next place, whereas many perfons live in great fear and apprehenfion 
of fome of the more formidable and notorious difeaies following ; I (hall only fet 
down how many died of each : that the relpeftivc numbers, being compared with 
the total 229250, thofc perfons may the better underftand the hazard they are in. 



TabU of notorious difeafes. 
Apoplexy 
Cut of the ftone 
Falling-ficknds 
Dead in the (beets 
Gout 
Head-ach 
Jaundice 
Lethargy 
Leprofy 
Lunatic 

Overlaid and ilarvcd 
Pally 
Rupture 

Stone and ftrangury 
Sciadca 
Suddenly 



1306 

3» 

74 

243 

»34 

5« 

998 

67 
6 

•58 
5^9 
4^3 
201 

863 

5 

434 



Tabk of cafualtits. 




Bleeding 


69 


Burnt and fcalded 


»»5 


Drowned 


829 


Excefllve drinking 


2 


Frighted 


22 


Grief 


279 


Hanged themfclves 


222 


Killed by fcveral accidents 


I02I 


Murdered 


86 


Polfor.cd 


14 


Smothered 


26 


Shot 


7 


Starved 


5» 


Vomiting 


136 



ig. in 



ON THE BILLS OF MORTALITY. it 

1 8. In die foregoing obfervations we ventured to make a Aandard of the health- 
fulntfs of the air from the proportion of acute and epidemical difeales, and of the 
wholfomnefs of the food from that of the chronical. Yet, forafmuch as neither 
of them alone do Ihcw the longevity of the inhabitants, we fhall in the next place 
come to the more abfolute ftandard and corroftion of both, which is the propor- 
tion of the aged, viz. 15757 to the total 229250-, that is, of about i to 15, 
or 7 per cent. Only the queftion is, what number of years the fearchers call aged, 
which I conceive muil be the fame that David calls fo, viz. 70. For no man 
can be faid to die properly of age, who is much lefs. It follows from hence, that 
if in any other country more than feven of the 100 live beyond 70, fuch country is 
to be efteemcd more healthful than this of our city. 

1 9. Before we fpeak of particular cafuaities, we fhall obferve, that among the 
feveral cafualties fome bear a conftant proportion unto the whole number ot bu- 
rials 5 fuch are chronical difeafes, and die difeafcs whereunto the city is mofl fub- 
jeft} as for example, confumptions, dropfies, jaundice, gout, ftone, pally, fcur- 
vy, rifingofthe lights or mother, rickets, aged, agues, fevers, bloody- flux and 
Icowriog : nay, fome accidents, as grief, drowning, men's making away them- 
fclves, and being killed by feveral accidents, fitc. do the like : whereas epidemical 
and malignant difeafes, as the plague, purples, fpotted fever, fmall-pox and 
ineafles do not keep that equality ; fo as in fome years, or months, there died ten 
times as many as in others. 



■M 



CHAP. in. 

Of particular cafualties, 

Y firft obfervation is, that few are ftarved. This appears, for that of 
the 229250, which have died, we find not above fifty one to have been 
ftarved, excepung helplefs infants at nurfe, which beirig caufed rather by carelefs- 
nefs, ignorance, and infirmity of the milch-women, is not properly an effeft or 
fign of want of food in the country, or of means to get it. 

2. The obfen'ation, which I fhall add hereunto, is, that the vaft number of beg- 
gars, fwarming up and down this city, do all live, and feem to be moO of them 
healthy and ftrong : whereupon I make this quellion, whether, fincc they do 
all live by begging, that is, without any kind ot labour -, it were not better for 
the ftate to keep them, even although they earned nothing ? that lb they might 
live regularly, and not in that debauchery, as many beggars do -, and that they 
might be cured of their bodily impotencics, or taught to work, each according to 
his condition and capacity; or by being employed in fome work (not better un- 
done) might be accullomed and fitted ibr labour. 

?. To this fome may objeft, that beggars arc now maintained by voluntary con-- 
tribudons, whereas in the other way die fame mull be done by general tax ; and 
confequently, the objcdls of charity Would be removed and taken away. 

4. To which we anfwer, that in Holland, althovigh no where fewer beggars 
appear to charm up commiferation in the credulous, yet no where is there greater 

C a or 



12 GRAUNT'S OBSERVATIONS. 

or more frequent charicy : only indeed the magiftratc is both the beggar, and the 
dir[X)(er ot wiiat is got by begging •, fo as all givcis have a moral certainty, that their 
chanty (hall be well applied. 

5. Moreover, I quellion, whether what we give to a wretch, that fhews us la- 
mentable fores and mutilations, be always out of the purell charity ? that is, purtly 
for God's fake ; for as mudi as when we fee fuch objedh, we then feel in our- 
felves a kind of pain and paflion by confcnt, of which we eafe ourfelves, when we 
think we cafe them, with whom we fympachized ; or eUe we befpcak. aforehand 
the like commiferation in others towards ourfelves, when we fhall [zs we fear we 
may) fall into the like diilrefs. 

6. We have faid, 'twere better the public Ihould keep the beggars, though 
they earned nothing, &c. But nioft men will laugh to hear us fuppole, tliat any 
able to work (as indeed moll beggars are, in one kind of meafure or another) 
fhould be kept without earning any thing. But we anfwcr, that if there be but a 
certain proportion of work to be done, and that the fame be already done by the 
non-beggars, then to employ the beggars about it, will but transfer the want from 
one hand to another ; nor can a learner work fo cheap as a (Icilful praftifed artift 
can. As for example, a pradtifed fpinner (hall fpin a pound of wool, worth twcy 
fliillings, for fix - pence i but a learner, undenaking it for three-pence, fhall 
make the wool indeed into yarn, but not worth twelve-pence. 

7. This little hint is the model of the greateft work in the world, which is thj 
making of England as confiderable for trade as Holland ; for there is but a certain 
proportion of trade in the world, and Holland is prepoflelled of the greateft part o£ 
it, and is thought to have more fkill and experience to manage it. Wherefore to 
bring England into Holland's condition, as to this particular, is the fame, as tcv 
fend all the beggars about London into the Weft Country to fpin, where they 
fhall only fpoil the clothiers wool, and beggar the prefent fpinners at beft ; but, ar 
worft, put the whole trade of the country to a ftand, until the Hollaiidtr being 
more ready for it, have fnapt that with the reft. 

8. My next obfervation is, that but few are murthered, viz. not above 86 of 
the 229250, which have died of other difeafes and cafualties ; whereas in Paris 
liew nights fcapc without their tragedy, 

9. The reafons of this we conceive to be two : one is the government and guard 
of the city by citizens themfelves, and that alternately ; no man fettling into a 
trade for that employment. And the other is the natural and cuftomary abhor- 
rence of that inhuman crime, and .ill bl«)odrt;ed, by moll Englilhmcn : for of all, 
that are executed, few are for murthcr. Bcfides, the great and frequent revolutions 
and changes in government fincc the year 1(50, have been with little bloodlhcd ; 
the ufurpcrs themlelvcs having executed few in comparifon, upon the account of 
difturbing their innovations. 

10. In brief, when any dead body is found in England, no algebraift, or un- 
cypherer of letters, can ufe more fubtile fuppofitions and variety of conie(5lures to 
fjnd out the demonftration or cypher, than every common unconcerned perfon 
doth to find out the murtherers, and that for ever, until it be done. 

11. The lunatics are alfo but few, viz. 158 in 229250, tl^ugh I fear many 
more than arc fet down in our bills, few being entered for fuch, but thofe, 

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who die at Bethlehem i and there all feem to die of their lunacy, who died lunatics ; 
for there is much difference in computing the number of lunatics, that die (though 
of fevers and all other difeafes, unto which lunacy is no fuperfedeas) and thofe, that 
die by reafon of their madnefs. 

12. So that, this cafualty being fo uncertain, I Ihall not force myfelf to make 
any inference from the numbers and proportions we find in our bills concerning it; 
only I dare cnfurc any man at this prelent, well in his wits, for one in a thoufand, 
that he Ihall not die a lunatic in Bethlehem within tlicfe fcven years, bccaufe I find 
not above one in one thoufand five hundred have done fo. 

13. The like u(e may be made of the accounts of mem, that made away thcm- 
felvcs, who arc another fort of mad- men, that think to eal'e themfelves of pain by 
leaping into hell ; or clfc are yet more mad, fo as to think there is no fuch place ; 
or that men may go to reft by death, though tl»ey die in fclf-murthcr, the great- 
eft fin. 

14. We ftiall fay nothing of the numbers of thole, that have been drowned, killed 
by falls from fcafiblds, or by carts running over them. See. becaufe the fume de- 
pends upon the cafual trade and employment of men, an J upon matters, which arc 
but circumftancial to the leafons and regions we live in, and atfords little of that 
fcience and certainty we aim at. 

15. We find one cafualty in our bills, of which, though there be daily talk, 
there is little effedl, much like our abhorrence of toads and fnakesas moft [^loilbnous 
creatures, whereas few men dare fay upon their own knowledge they ever found 
harm by cither j and this cafualty is the French pox, gotten, for the moft part, not 
fo much by the intemperate ufe of venery (which rather caufetK the gout) as of 
many common women. 

16. I fay, the bills of mortality would take ofFthefc bars, which keep fome 
men within bounds, as to thefe extravagances : for in the aforementioned 229250, 
we find not above ^gi to have died of the pox. Now, forafmuch as it is not good 
to let the world be lulled into a fccurity and belief of impunity by our bills, which 
wc intend fhall not be only as deaths heads to put men in mind of their mor- 
tality, but alfo as Mercurial ftatucs to point out the moft dangerous ways, that 
lead us into it and mifery •, we fhall therefore Hkw, that the pox is not as the toads 
and fnakes aforementioned, but of a quite contrary nature, together with the rea- 
fon why it appears otherwife. 

17. Forafmuch as by the ordinary difcourfe of the world it feems a great part of 
men have, at one time or other, had fome fpccies of this dileale, 1 wondering why 
fo tew died of it, efpccially becaufe I could not take that to be fo harmJefs, whereof 
fo many complained very fiercely ; upon enquiry, 1 found, that thcic, who died of it 
out of the hofpitals (elpecially that of KingOand, and the Lock in Southwark; 
were returned of ulcers and fores. And in brief, I found, that all mentioned to 
die of the Fiench pox were returned by the clerks of St. Giles's and St. Martin's 
in the Fields cnly, in which place 1 underftood that moft of the vileft arid moft nii- 
fcrable houfes of uncleannefs were : from whence I concluded, that only hated per- 
fons, and fuch, whofc very nofes were eaten off, were reported by the fearchcrs to 
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18. In the next place, it (hall be examined, under what name or cafualcy fuch, 
aj die of thefe difeales arc brought in ; I lay, under the confumption -, forafmuch 
as all ilying thef.;of die fo emaciated and lean (their ulcers difappearing upon death) 
that the old-women I'earchers, after the mill of a cup of ale, and the bribe of a 
two-groat fee, inflead of one, given them, cannot tell whether this emaciation or 
loannefs were from a phthifis, or from an heftic fever, atrophy, &c. or from an 
infcdion ot the fpermatic parts, which in length of time, and in various difguifes, 
bath at laft vitiated the habit of the body, and by difabling the parts to digelt their 
nouriHiment, brought them to the condition of leannefs abovementioned. 

19. My next obicrvation is, that of the rickets we find no mention among the 
cafualties, until the year 1634, and then but of 14 for that whole year. 

20. Now the qucftion is, whether that difeafe did firfl: appear about that timci 
Or whether a difeafe, which had been long before, did then firft receive its name ? 

« I. To clear this difficulty out of the bills (for I dare venture on no deeper argu- 
ments) I enquired what other cafualty before the year 1634, named in the bills, 
was moil like the rickets; and found, not only by pretenders toknov/ it, butalfo 
fiom other bills, that livergrown was the neareft. For in fome years I find 
livergrown, fplcen, and lickct'', put all together, by rcafoo (as I conceive j of 
their likencfs to each other. Hereupon I added the livergrowns of the year 1634, 
' viz. 77. to the rickets of the fame year, viz 14, making in all 91 : which total, 
as alfo the number 77 itfclf, I compared with the livergrown of the precedent 
year 16:5 ,', viz. 82 : all which fhewed me, that the rickets was a new dileafc over 
and above. 

22. Now, this being but a faint argument, I looked both forwards and back- 
wards, and found, that in the year 1629, when no rickets appeared, there were 
but 04 livergrowns ; and in the year 1636 there were 99 livergrown, although 
there were alio 50 of the rickets : only this is not to be denied, that when tlic 
rickets grew very numerous (as in tlie year 1660, viz. 521) then there appeared 
not above 15 of livergrown. 

23. In the year 1659 were 441 rickets, and 8 livergrown. In the year 1658 
were 476 rickets, and 51 livergrown. Now, though it be granted, that thefe dif- 
cafcs were confounded in the judgment of the nurfcs, yet it is moft certain, that 
the livergrown did never but once, viz. anno 1630 exceed 100 j whereas anno 
1660, livergrown and rickets were 536. 

24. It is alfo to be oblerved, that the rickets were never more numerous than 
now, and that they are ftill increaling; for anno 1649, there were but 190, next 
year 260, next after that 329, and fo forwards, with fome little ftarting backwards 
in fome years, until the year 1660, which produced the greatefl of all. 

25. Now, fuch back-ftartings fecm to be univerfal in all things ; for we do not 
only fee in the progreflivc motion of the wheels of watches, and in the rowing of 
boats, that there is a little ftarting or jerking backwards between every ftep for- 
wards, but alio Cif I am not much deceived) there appeared the like in the motion 
of the moon, which in the long telefcopes at Grefliam-college one may fenfzbly 
difcem. 

26. There feemsalfoto be another new difeafe, called by our bills the flopping 
of the llomach, firil mentioned in the year 16361 the which malady, from that 

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year to 1647, increafed but from 6 to 29 ; anno 1655 it came to 14^ ; ^i^ 57^ ^^ 
277 ; in 60 to 3 1 4. Now thefe' proportions far exceeding the difference of propor- 
tion generally arifing from the incrcufc of inhabitants, and from the refort of adve- 
nx to the city, fhews, there is fome ncwdifcafc, whkh appearcth to the vulgar, as 
a flopping of the ftomach. 

27. Hereupon I apprehended, that this flopping might be the grecn-ficknefs, for- 
afmuch as I find few or none to have been returned upon that account, although 
many be vifibly ftained with it. Now, whether the fame be forborn out of Ihame, 
I know not : for fince the world believes, that marriage cures it, it may fcjm indeed 
afhame, that any maid fhould die uncured, when there are more males than fe- 
males, that is an overplus of hulbands to all that can be wives. 

28. In the next place, 1 conjedtured, that this flopping of the ftomach might be 
the mother, forafmuch as I have heard of many troubled with mother-fits (as they 
call them) although few returned to have died of them ; which conjefture, if it 
be true, we may dien fafely fay, that the mother-fits have alfo incrcafcd. 

29. But I was fomewhat taken off from thinking this flopping of the ftomach 
to be the mother, becaufe I guefTed rather the rifing of the lights might be it. For 
I remembred, that fome women, troubled with the mother fit?, did complain of a 
choaking in their throats. Now, as I underftand, it is more conceivable, that 
the lights or lungs (which I have heard called the bellows of the body) not blowing, 
that is, neither veruing out, nor taking in breath, might rather caufe fiich a choak- 
ing, than that the mother fhould lile up thither, and do it. For methinks, when 
a woman is with child, there is a greater rifing, and yet no fuch fits at all. 

30. But what I have faid of the rickets and flopping of the ftomach, I do in 
fome meafure fay of the rifing of the lights alfo, viz, that thefe rifings (be they 
what they will) have increafed much above the general proportion-, for in 1629 
there were but 44, and in 1660, 249, viz. almoft fix times as many. 

31. Now forafmuch as rickets appear much in the overgrowing of childrcns li- 
vers and fpleens (as by the bills may appear) which furely may caufe ftopping of 
the ftomach, by fqueezing and crowding upon that part ; and forafmuch as thefe 
choakings or rifings of the lights may proceed from the fame ftuffines, as make 
the liver and fpleen to over-grow their due proportion -, and laftly, forafmuch as 
the rickets, ftopping of the ftomach, and rifing of the lights, have all increafed 
together, and in fome kind of correfpondent proportions ; it fcems to me, that 
they depend one upon another ; and that what is the rickets in children, may be 
the other in more grown bodies : for furely children, which recover of the rickets, 
may retain fomewhat to caufe what I have imagined. But of this let the learned 
phyficians confider, as I prefume they have. 

32. I had not meddled thus far, but that I have heard, the firft hints of the 
circulation of blood were taken from a common perfon's wondering what became 
of all the Wood, which ifTued out of the heart, fince the heart belts above three 
thoufand times an hour, although but one drop fhould be pump'd out of it at every 
ftroke. 

33. The ftone feemed to decreafe : for in 1632, 33, 34, 35, and 3^, there died 
of the ftone and ftrangury 254 ; and in the years 1655, 56, 57, 58, 59, and 1C60, 
but 250 : which numbers, although indeed they be almofl equal, yet confidering 

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the burials of the firft named five years were but half thofe of the latter, it fecms to 
be dccreafed by about one half. 

34 Now the ftonc and ftrangury are difeafes, which moft men know, that fed 
them, unlels it be in fomc few cafes, where (as I have heard pliyficians fay) a 
(lone is held up by the films of the bladder, and fo kept from grating or oftend- 
ing it. 

35. The gout ftands much at a ftay, that is, it anfwers the general proportion 
of burials : there dies not above one of 1000 of the gout, although I believe that 
more die gouty. The reafon is, becaufe thofe, tliat have the gout, are faid to be 
long livers ; and therefore, when fuch die, they are returned as aged. 

36. The fcurvy hath likcwife increafed, and that gradually from 12, anno 1629, 



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37. The tifick feems to be quite worn away ; but that it is probable the fame is 
cntred as cough or confumption. 

3S. Agues and icvers are cntred promifcuouHy, yet in the few bills, wherein thev 
have been dillinguifhed, it appears that not above i in 40 of thcwhole are agues 

39. The abortives and iiillborn are about the twentieth part of thofe, that are 
chrillned ; and the numbers feemed the fame thirty years ago as now, which 

^fliews there were more in proportion in thofe years than now.-, orelfe, that in thefc 
■^latter years due accounts have not been kept ot the abortives, as having been buried 
without notice, and perhaps not in church-yards. 

40. For that there hath been a negled: in the accounts of the chriftnings is moft 
certain, becaufe until the year 1642, we find the burials but equal widi the chrill- 
nings, or near thereabouts-, but in 1648, when the diftcrences in religion had 
changed the government, the chriftnings were but two thirds of the burials. And 
in the year 1659, not half, viz. the burials were 14720 f of the plague but 36) and 
ihechrillnings were but 5670 J which great difproportion could be from no other 
caufc than that abovcmcntioncd, forafmuch as the fame grew as the confufions and 
changes grew. 

41. Moreover, although the bills give us in anno 1659 but 5670 chriftnings, 
yet they give us 421 abortives, and 226 dying in child-bed; whereas in the year 
163 r, when the abortives were 410, that is, near the number of the year 1659, 
the chriftnings were S288. Wherefore by the proportion of abortives, anno 1659, 
the chriftnings ftiould have been atout S500: but if we iTiall reckon by the wo- 
m'^n dying in childbed, of whom a better account is kept than of ftillborns and 
abortives, we fliall find anno 1659. there were 226 childbeds ; and anno 1631, 
I ^2, viz. not 4^. Wherefore I conceive, that the true number of the chriftnings, 
anno 16^19, is above double to the 5690 fet down in our bills; that is, about 
; 1500, and tlien the chriftnings will come near the fame proportion to the burials, 
as hath been obfcrved in former rimes. 

42. In regular times, when accounts were well kept, we find, that not above 
three in 200 tiied in childbed, and that the number cf abortives was about treble 
to that of the women dying in childbed : from whence we may probably colledt, 
that not one woman of an hundred (I may fay of two hundred) dies in her labour ; 
forafmuch as there be other caufcs of a woman's dying within the month, than the 
|;ar«lncfs of her labour. 

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43. If this b€ true in thefe countries, where women hinder the facility of their 
child-bearing by affefted ftraitnings of their bodies ; then certainly in America, 
where the fame is not praftifed, nature is little more to be taxed as to women, than 
in bnites, among whom not one in fome thoufands do die of their deliveries. What 
I have heard of the Irifli women confirms me herein. 

44. Before we quite leave this matter, we fhall infcrt the caufes, why the ac- 
count of chriftnings hath been neglefted more than that of burials : one, and the 
chief whereof, was a religious opinion againft baptizing of infants cither as unlaw- 
ful, or unneccflary. If this were the only reafon, we might by our defcds of this 
kind conclude the growth of this opinion, and pronounce, that not half the peo- 
ple of England, between the years 1650 and 1660, were convinced of the need of 
baptizing. 

45. A fecond reafon was, the fcruples, which many public minifters would make 
of the worthinefs of parents to have their children baptized, which forced fuch 
qucfftioncd parents, who did alfo not believe the neceffity of having their children 
baptized by fuch fcruplers, to carry their children unto fuch other minifters, as 
having performed the thing, had not the authority or command of the rcgifter to 
enter the names of the baptized. 

46. A third reafon was, that a little fee was to be paid for the regiftry. 

47. Upon the whole matter it is moft certain, that the number of heterodox be- 
lievers was very great between the laid year 1 650 and 1660 ; and fo peevifh were 
they, as not to have the births of their children regiltred, although thereby the time 
of their coming of age might be known, in refped: of fuch inheritances, as might 
belong unto them -, and withal, by fuch regiftring it would have apjoeared unto 
what parifh each child had belonged, in cafe any of them fhould happen to want its 
relief. 

48. Of convulfions there appeared very few, viz. but 52 in the year 1629, 
which in 16^6 grew to 709, keeping about that ftay till 1659, though fometimes 
rifing to about 1000. 

49. It is to be noted, that from 1629 to 1636, when the convulfions were but 
few, the number of chrifoms and infants was greater: for in 1629, there were of 
chrifoms and infants 2596, and of the convulfion 52, viz. of both 2648. And 
in 1636 there were of infants 1895, and of the convulfions 709 ; in both 2604, 
by which it appears, that this ditference is likely to be only a confuGon in the ac- 
counts. 

50. Moreover, we find that for thefe later years, fmce 1636, the total of con- 
vulfions and chrifoms added together are much lefs, viz. by about 400 or 500 
per annum, than the like totals from 1629 to 36 ; which makes me think, thac 
teeth alfo were thruft in under the title of chrifoms and infants, inafmuch as in tlw 
faid years, from 1629 to 1636, the number of worms and teeth wants by above 
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CHAP. IV. . 

Cf the plague. 



1 . T) E F ORE we leave to difcourfc of the cafualties, we fliall add fomething conr 
J[3 ccrnine that greatefl: difeafe or cafualty of all, the plague. 
There have oeen in London, within this age, four times of great mortility, that 

IS to fay, the years 1592 and 1593, 1603, 1625, and 1636. 

There died anno 1592, from March to December 2588^ 

Whereof, of the plague 'I5<^3 

Anno 1^93 >7^44 

Whercot of the plague to66s 

. Chriftned in the laid year 4021 

Anno 1603, within the fame fpacc of time, were buried 37294 

Whereof of the plague 30561 

Anno 1625, within the fame fpacc 5 175* 

Whereof of the plague 354 ' 7 

Anno 1636, from April to December ^ii59 

Whereof of the plague 10460 

2. Now it is manifert: of itfelf, in which of thcle years mod died -, but in which 
of them was tlie greateft mortality of all diieafes in general, or of the plague in 
■particular, we difcover thus. In the years 1592, and 1636, we find the proportion 
of thofc dying of the plague in the whole to be near alike, that is, about 10 to 23, 
or 1 1 to 25, or as about 2 to 5. 

3. In the year 1625, we find die plague to bear unto the whole in proportion as 
35 to 51, or 7 to 10, that is, almoft the triplicate of the former proportion; for 
the cube of 7 being 343, and the cube of 10 being 1000, the faid 343 is not ^ of 
1000. 

4. In anno 1603, the proportion of the plague to the whole was as 30 to 37, 
viz. as 4 to 5, which is yet greater than the lall of 7 to 10 : for if the year 1625 
had bc<"n as great a plague year as 1603, there muft have died not only 7 to 10, 
but 8 to 10, which in thofc great numbers makes a vaft difference. 

5. We muft therefore conclude the year 1603 to have been the greatefl plague 
year of this age. 

6. Now to know in which of thcfc four was the greateft mortality at large, we 
reafon thus : 

Anno^ Buried 26490? or ("6 

1592 ^Clirirtned 4277^*35 It 

Anno J There died in the whole year of all 38244 7 or J 8 

.1603 I Chriftned 4784 S as 1 i 

I to 8, or I Anno 5 Died in die the whole year 54265 ? or ^ 8 

li to 10 < 1625 I Chriftned 6983 3 as "^ i 

Anno 5 There died, ul fupra^ *3359 I *"" 5 5 

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y. From whence it appears, that anno 1636, the (;hriftnings were about 4 parts 
of the burials : anno 1592 but y •, but in the year 1603, and 1625, not above an 
eighth : fo that the faid two years were the years of grcateft mortality. We laid 
that the year 1603 was the grcatclt plague year. And now we lay, tiiat the fame 
was not a greater year of mortality than anno 625. Now to reconcile thefe two 
pofidons, we moll alledge, that anno 1625, there was an error in the accounts or 
diftindions of die cafualties ; that is, more died of tlie phigue than were recounted 
for under that name. Which allegation we alfo prove thus, viz. 

S. In the laid year 1625 there arc faid to have died of the plague 3541 7, and of 
all other dileafes 18848 •, whereas in d\e years, both before and after the fame, tiie 
ordinary number of burials was between 7 and 8000 j fo that if we add about ( looa 
(which is the difference between 7 and 18) to our 35, the whole will be 46000, 
which bears to the whole 54000, as about 4 to 5, thereby rendering the faid year 

1635 to be as great a plague year as that of 1603, and no greater ; which anfwers 
to what we proved before, viz. that the mortality of the two years was equal. 

9. From whence we may probably fufpeft, that about ^ part more died of the 
plague than are returned for fuch ; which we further prove by noting, that anno 

1636 there died 10400 of the plague, the -^ whereof is 2600. Now there are faid 
to have died of all other difcales that year 12959, out of which number de'dufting 
2600, there remain 10359, "^^"^ ^^^^ which there died not in feveral years next 
before and after the faid year 1636. 

10. The next obfervation we fhall offer is, that the plague of 1603 laftcd eighc 
years. In fome whereof there died above 4000, in others above 2000, and in 
but one fewer than 600 : whereas in the year 1624 next preceding, and in the year 
1626 next following the faid great plague year 1625, there died in the former but 
1 1 , and in the latter but 1340! the plague. Moreover, in the faid year 1 625, the 
plague dccreafed from its utmoft number 4461 a week, to below 1000 within fix 
weeks. 

1 1. The plague of 1636 lafted twelve years, in eight whereof dicre died 2000 
per annum one with another, and never under 300. The which flicws, that the con- 
tagion of the plague depends more upon the difpofirion of the air, than upon the 
effluvia from the bodies of men. 

12. Which alfo we prove by the fuddain jumps, which the plague hath made, 
leaping in one week from 118 to 927 j and back again from 993 to 258-, and 
from thence again the very next week to 852. The which effects muft furely be 
rather attributed to change of the air, than of the confHtution of men's bodies, 
otherwife than as this depends upon that. 

13. It may be alfo noted, that many umes other peftilendal difeafes, as purple- 
fevers, fmalUpox, &c. do fore-run the plague a year, two or three; for in i62Z 
there died but 8000: in 1623, iiooo: in 1624, about iiooo: dll in 1625 there 
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CHAP. V. 

Ork'f cbfenjaticin upon the plague, and cafualties. 

I I-I E dccrcafe and increafe of people is to be reckoned chiefly by chriftnings, 
bccaufe few bear children in London but inhabitants, though others die 
there. The accounts of chrillnings were well kept, until differences in religion oc- 
cafioncd fomc ncgleft therein, although even thefe negle<5ts we muft confefs to have 
been regular and proportionable. 

2. By the numbers and proportions of chriftnings, therefore, weobferveas fol- 
loweth, viz, 

Firft, tliat, when from December 1602, to March following, there was little 
or no plague, then the chriftnings at a medium were between no and 130 per 
week, few weeks being above the one, or below the other -, but when from 
thence to July the plague incrcafed, tliat then the chriftnings decreafed to un- 
der 90. 

Secondly, the queftion is, whether teeming- women died, or fled, ormifcarried ? 
The latter at this time feems moft probable, becaufe even in the faid fpace betweaa 
March and July, there died not above 20 per week of the plague: which fmall 
number could neither caufe the death or -flight of fo many women, as to alter the 
proportion 4- part lower. 

3. Moreover, we obferve from the 21 of July to the 12 of Oftobor, the plaguy 
increafing reduced the chriftnings to 70 at a medium, diminifliing the above pro- 
portion down to 4- Now the caufe of this muft be flying, and death, as well 
as milcarriagcs and abortions •, for there died within that time about 25000, 
whereof many were certainly women-with-child : bcfides, the fright of fo many 
dying within fo Cnall a time, might drive away fo many others, as to caufe this 
effeft. 

4. From December 1624, to the middle of April 1625, there died not above 
five a week of the plague, one with another. In this time, the chriftnings were 
one with another r8o. The which decreafed gradually by die 2 2d of September 
to jj, or from the proportion of 1 2 to 5, which evidently fquares with our former 
obfcrvation. 

5. The next obfervadon we fhall offer is, the time, wherein the city hath been 
re-peopled after a great plague ; which we affirm to be by the fecond year. For in 
1627 the chriftnings (which are our ftandard in this cafe) were 8408, which in 1624^ 
next preceding the plague- year 1625 (that had fwept away above 54000) were but 
8299 i and the chriftnings of 1626 (which were but 6701) mounted in one year 
to the faid 8408. 

6. Now the caufe hereof, forafmuch as it cannot be a fupply by procreation ; 
ergOt it muft be by new affluxes to London out of the country. 

7. We might fortify this afllertion by ftiewing, that before the plague-year 1^03, 
the chriftnings were about 6000, which were in that very year reduced to 4789, 
but crept up the next year 1604 to 5458, recovering Uieir former ordinary 

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year 



proportion in 1605 of 6504, about which proportion it flood till the 
1610. 

8. I fay it followeth, that let the mortality be what it will, the city repairs its 
lofs of inhabitants within two years ; which obfervation lelTcns the objeftion made 
againft the value of houfcs in London, as if they were liable to great prejudice 
through the lofs of inhabitants by the plague. 



CHAP. VL 

Of the Jicklinefs^ bealthfulnefs, and fruitfulnefi offeafons. 

I. TTAVING fpoken of cafualties, we come next to compare die ficklinefi, 
X X bealthfulnefs, and fruitfulncfs of the feveral years and feafons one with ano- 
ther. And firft, having in the chapters aforegoing mentioned the feveral years 
of plague, we fhall next prefent the feveral other fickly years ; we meaning by x 
lickly year fuch, wherein the burials exceed thofe both of the precedent and fub(e- 
quent years, and not above two hundred dying of the plague, for fuch we call 
plague years ; and this we do, that the world may fee, by what fpaces and inter- 
vals we may hereafter expeft fuch times again. Now, we may not call that a 
more fickly year, wherein more die, becaufe fuch excefs of burials may proceed 
from increafe and accefs of people to the city only. 

2. Such fickly years were 1618,20,23,24, 1632,33,34, 1649, 52. 54. 5^, 58> 
61, as may be feen by the tables. 

3. In reference to this oblervation we Ihall prefent another, namely, that the 
more fickly the years are, the Icfs fecund or fruitful of children alfo they be. Which 
will appear, if the number of children born in the faid- fickly years be lefs than 
that of the years both next preceding and next following : all which, upon view 
of the tables, will be found true, except in a very few cafes, where fometimcs the 
precedent and fometimes the fubfcquent years vary a little, but never both toge- 
ther. Moreover, for the confirmation of this truth, we prefent you the year 1600, 
where the burials were fewer than in either of the two next precedent years by 2000, 
and fewer than in the fubfequent by above 4000. And withal, the number of 
chriftjiings in the faid year 1660 was far greater than in any of the three years next 
aforegoing. 

4. As to this year 1660, although we would not be thought fuperftitious, yet it 
is not to be neglefted, that in the laid year was the King's rcftoration to his empire 
over thefe three nations, as if God Almighty had caufed the heakhfulnefs and fruit- 
fulncfs thereof to repair the bloodlhed and calamities fufiercd in his abfencc. 1 fay, 
this conceit doth abundandy counterpoife the opinion of thofe, who think great 
plagues come in with Kings reigns, becaule it happened fo twice, viz. anno 1603, 
and 1625 ; whereas as well the year 1648, wherein the prefent King commenced 
his right to reign, as alfo the year 1660, wherein he commenced the exercife of the 
fame, were botli eminently healthful : which clears both monarchy, and our pre- 
fent King's family, from what feditious men li^vc furmifed againft them. 

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5. The difcafes, which bcfide the plag'.re make years unheal thful in thi< city, arc 
fpotted- fevers, finall-j-ox, dyfcnccry, called by fome the plague in the guts > and 
the unhealdifiil fcaibn is the autumn. 



TH] 
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CHAP. VII. 

Of the difference betiveen burials and cbrijinings. 

[E next obfervation is, that in the laid bills there arc fir more burials 
than rbriftnings. This is plain, depending only upon arithmetical com- 
putation ; for, in 40 years, from the year 1603, to the year 1644, cxclufive of 
both years, there havr been fee down (as happening within the fame ground, fpace, 
or parifhes) although diffrrently numbered and divided, 563935 burials, and but 
330747 chriftnings within the 97, i6, and 10 out-pari(hes ; thoib of VVellminfter,. 
Lambeth, Newington, Rotherhith, Stepney, Hackney and Iflington, not being 
included. 

2. From diis finglc obfervation it will follow, that London fhould have de- 
rreafed in its people -, the contrary whereof we fee by its daily increafe of building* 
upon new foundations, and by the turning of great palacious houfcs into fmall te- 
nements. It is therefore certain, that London is fupplied with people from out of 
the country, whereby not only to fupply the overplus differences of burials above- 
mendoned, but likcwife to increafe its inhabitants according to the faid increafe of 
houfing. 

3. This fupplying of London feems to be the reafon, why Winchefter, Lincoln, 
and fcveral other cities have decrcafed in their buildings, and confcqucntly in their 
inhabitants. The fame may be fufpefted of many towns in Comwal, and other 
places, *hich probably, when they were firft allowed to fend burgeffes to the par- 
liament, were more populous than now, and bore another proportion to London 
than now, for feveral of thofe boroughs fend two burgeffes, whereas London itfelf 
fends but four, although it bears the fifteenth part ot the charge of the whole na- 
tion in all piiblic taxes and levies. 

4. But, if we confidt-r what I have upon cxafl: enquiry found true, viz. that in 
the country, within ninety years, there have been 6339 chriftnings, and but 5280 
burials, the increafe of London will be falved without inferring the decrcale of the 
people in the country •, and withal, in cafe all England have but fourteen times 
more people than London, it will appear, how the faid increafe of the country may 
incrcate the people, both of London and itfelf j for if there be in the 97, 16, 10, 
and 7 pjriOics, ufoally comprehended within our bills, but 460000 fouls, as here- 
after wc fliall fhcw j then diere are in all England and Wales 6440000 perfons, out 
of which fubtra<5b 460000, fbr thofc in and about London, there remain 5980000 
in tlie country, the which incrcafing about -\- part in 40 years, as we fhall hereafter 
prove doth happen in the country, the whole increafe of the country will be about 
R 54000 in the faid time ; out of which number, if but about 250000 be fent up to 
London in the faid 40 years, viz, about 6000 per annum, the laid mifllons will 
make good the alterations, which we find to have been in and about London, be- 
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tween the years 1603 and 1644 abovemcntioned : but tliat 250000 will do the (lime, 
I prove thus : viz. in the 8 years trom lOoj to 161 2, the burials in all the parifhes, 
and of aU dileafes, the plague included, were at a medium 9750 per annum. And 
between 1635 and 1644 were 18000, the difference whereof is 8250, wiiich is the 
total of the increale of the burials in 40 years, that is, about 206 per annum. 
Now, to make the burials increafc 206 per annum, there muft be added to the 
city 30 times as many (according to die proportion of 3 dying out of 1 1 families) 
viz. 6180 advent, the which number multipUed again by the 40 years, makes 
the product 247200, which is lefs than the 250000 above propounded ; fo as there 
remain above 600000 of incrcafe in the country within the faid 40 ye;us, either to 
render it more populous, or fend forth into other colonies, , or wars. But that 
England hath fourteen times rnorc people, is not improbable, for the reafons fol- 
lowing, 

J . London is obferved to bear about the fifteenth projxirtion of the whole tax, 

2. There are in England and Wales about 39000 fquare miles of land -, and we 
have computed, that in one of the greatell pariihcs in Hantlhire, being alfo a 
«iarket town, and containing twelve fquare miles, there are 220 fouls in every 
fquare mile, out of which I abate { for the overplus of people more in the parifh 
than in ochcr wild counties. So as the i parts of the feid 220, multiplied by the 
total of fquare miles, produces 6400000 fouls in all, London included. 

3. There are about loooo parirties in England and Wales, and which, although 
they (hould not contain the | part of the land, nor the -^ of the people of that coun- 
try-pari(h, which we have examined, yet may be fuppofed to contain about 600 
people, one with another : according to which account there will be fix millions of 
people in the nation. I might add, that there are in England and Wales about 
five and twenty millions of acres at 164^ foot to the perch ; and if there be (ix mil- 
lions of people, then there is about four acres for every head, which how well it 
agrees to the rules of plantation, I leave unto others, not only as a means to exa- 
mine my affcrtion, but as a hint to their enquiry concerning the fundamental trade, 
vhich is hufbandry and plantation. 

4. Upon the whole matter we may therefore conclude, that the people of the 
whole nation do increafe, and confequcntly the decreale of Winchefter, Lincoln, 
and other like places, mult be attributed to other reafons, than that of re-furnilhing 
London only. 

5. We come to fi-iew, why, although in the country the chriftnings exceed the 
burials, yet in London they do not. The general reafon of this mull be, that in 
I^ondon the proportion of thofe fubjedt to die, unto thofe capable of breeding, is 
greater than in the country; th-it is, let thee bL'anhunda'd perlons in London, 
and as many in the country -, we lay, that if there be fuccy of them breeders in 
London, there are more than fixty in the country, or elfe we mufl: fay, that Lon- 
don is more unhealtiifol, or that it inclines men ;ind women more to barrennefy, than 
the country: which by comparing the burials and chrillnings of Hackney, New- 
ington, and the other country pariflies, with the moft fnioky and (linking parts of 
the city, is fcarce dii'cernible in any confiderable degree. 

6. Now that the breeders in London are proportionubly fewer than thofe in the 
country, arjles from thefe reafons, viz. 

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,U GRA-UNT'S OBSERVATIONS 

1. All, that have bufinefs to the court of tlie King, or to the courts of juftice, and 
all country-men coming up to bring provifions to the city, or to buy foreign conv 
modities, manufactures, anU rarities* do for the moft part leave tlwir wives in the 
country. 

2. Pcrfons coming to live in London out of curiofiry and pleafure, as alfo fuch 
as would retire and live privately, do the fame, if they have any. 

3. Such as come up to be cured of dil'eafcs do fcarce ufe their wives pro tempore. 

4. That many apprentices of London, who are bound feven or nine years from 
marriage, do often ftay longer voluntarily. 

5. That many fea-menof London leave their wives behind them, who are more 
fubjedt to di^ in the abfence ot their hufbands, than to breed either without men» 
or with the ufe of many promifcuoufly. 

6. As for unhealthinefs, it may well be fuppoled, that although (eafbncd bodies 
may, and do Jive near as long in London, as elfewherc, yet new-comers and chil- 
dren do not : for the fmoaks, ftinks, and clofe air, are lefs healdiful than that 
of the country. Otherwife why do fickly perfons remove into the country-air ? 
and why are there more old men in countries than in London per rata f And al- 
though the difference in Hackney and Ncwington abovementioned be not very 
notorious, yet the reafon may be their vicinity to London, and that the inhabitants 
arc moft fuch, whofe bodies have firft been impaired with the London-air, before 
they withdraw thither. 

7. As to the caufes of barrennefs in London, I fay, that although there (liould 
be none extraordinary in the native air of the place -, yet the intemperance in feed- 
ing, and efpecially the adulteries and fornications, fuppofed more frequent in Lon- 
don than eliewhere, do certainly hinder breeding. For a woman, admitting ten 
men, is lb far from having ten times as many children, that Ihe hath none at all. 

8. Add to this, :hat the minds of men in London are more thoughtful, and full 
of bufinefs, than in the country, where their work is corporal labour and cxercifesj 
all which promote breeding, whereas anxieties of the mind hinder it. 

CHAP. VIII. 

Of the difference between the numbers of males and females , 

THE next obfervation is, that there be more males tlun females. 
I. There have been buried from the year 1 628, to the year 1662, cxclufive, 
209436 males, and but 190474 females. Blit it will be objet^ed, that in London 
it may be indeed fb, though otherwife elfewhere ; becaufc ' ontlon is the great ftage 
and fhop of bufinefs, wherein the mafculine fex bears the greateft part. But wc 
anfwer, that there have been alio chrillned within the fame time 139782 males, 
and but 130866 females, and that the country accounts are confonant enough to 
thofe of London upon this matter. 

2. What the caufes hereof are, we (hall not trouble ourfelves to conjefture, as 
in other cafes : only we fliall dcfire, that travellers would enquire, whether it be 
the fame in other countries. 

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3. Wc fhould have given an account, how in every age thefe proportions change 
iiere, but that we have bills of diftindlion but for 32 years ; fo that wc (hall pafs 
from hence to fome inferences from this conclufion j as firft, 

I. That Chriftian religion, prohibiting polygamy, is more agreeable to the law 
of nature, that is, the law of God, than Mahometifm, and others, that allow it: 
for one man's having many women, or wives, by law, fignifies nothing, unlefs 
there were many women to one man in nature alfo. 

II. The obvious objeftion hereunto is, that one horfe, bull, or ram, having 
each of them many females, do promote increafe. To which I anfwer, that al- 
though perhaps there be naturally, even of thefe fpecies, more males than females v 
yet artificially, that is, by making geldings, oxen, and weathers, there are fewer. 
From whence it will follow, that when by experience it is found how many ews 
(fuppofe twenty) one ram will ferve, we may know what proportion of male-lambs 
to caftrate or geld, viz. nineteen, or thereabouts : for if you emafculate fewer, 
viz. but ten, you (hall, by promifcuous copulation of each of thofe ten with two 
females, hinder the increafe, fo far as the admittance of two males will do it : but» 
if you caftrate none at all, it is highly probable, that every of the twenty males 
copulating with every of the twenty females, there will be little or no conception 
in any or them all. 

III. And this I take to be the trueft reafon, why foxes, wolves, and other ver- 
min animals, that are not gclr, increafe not fatter than flieep, when as fo many 
thoulands of thefe are daily butchered, and very few of the other die otherwifc 
than of themfelves. 

4. We have hitherto faid, there are more males than females ; we fay next, that 
the one exceed the other by about a thirteenth part. So that although more men 
die violent deaths than women, that is, more are flain in wars, killed by mifchance, 
drowned at fea, and die by the hand of juftice -, moreover, more men go to colo- 
nies, and travel into foreign parts, than women ; and laftly, more remain unmar- 
ried than of women, as fellows of colleges, and apprentices above eighteen, &c. 
yet the faid thirteenth part difference bringeth the bufinefs but to fuch a pafs, that 
every woman may have a hufband, without the allowance of polygamy. 

5. Moreover, although a man be prolific forty years, and a woman but five and 
twenty, which makes the males to be as 560 to 325 females ; yet the caufes above- 
named, and the later marriage of the men, reduce all to an equality. 

6. It appearing, that there were fourteen men to thirteen women, and that they 
die in the fame proportion alfo -, yet I have heard phyficians fay, that they have 
two women patients to one man : which aflertion fccms very likely ; for that wo- 
men have either the green- ficknefs, or other like diftempers, are lick of breedings, 
abortions, child-bearing, fore-breafts, whites, obftruftions, fits of the mother, 
and the like. 

7. Now, from this it (hould follow, that more women fhould die than men, if 
the number of burials anfwered in proportion to that of ficknefles : but this muft 
be falved, either by the alledging, that the phyficians cure thofe ficknefles, fo as 
few more die than if none were fick -, or elfe that men being more intemperate than 
women, die as much by reafon of their vices, as women do by the infirmity of their 
fcx i and confequently, more males being born tlun females, more alfo die. 

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8. In the year 1642 many males went out of London into the wars then begin- 
ning, infomuch ;is I cxpefled in the iuccecding year 1643 to have found the burials 
of tern. lies to have exceeded thofe of males : but no alteration appeared ; forafmuch, 
as I fuppofe, trading continuing the fame in London, all thofc, who lofl their ap- 
prentices, had others out of the coilntiy -, and if any left their trades and fliops, 
that others forthwith fucceeded them : for, if employment for hands remain the 
lame, no doubt but the number of them could not long continue in difpro- 
portion. 

9. Another pregnant argument to the fame purpofe (which hath already bren 
touched on) is, that aUhough in the very year of the plague die chriftnings decreaf- 
ed, by the dying and flying of teeming- women, yet the very next year after they 
increafed fomcwnat, but the fecond after to as full a number as in the fecond year 
before the faid plague. For I fay again, if there be encouragement for an hundred in 
London, that is, a way how an hundred may live better than in the country, and 
if there be void houfing there to receive them, the evacuating of afourdi or a third 
part of that number mufl loon be fupplicd out of the country ; fo as the great 
plague doth not leflcn the inhabitants of the city, but of the country, who in a Ihort 
time remove themfelves from thence hither, lb long, until die city, for wajit of rc- 
ceipt and encouragement, regurgitates and fends them back. 

10. From the difference between males and females, we fee the reafon of making 
eunuchs in thole places where polygamy is allowed; the latter being ui'elcfs as to 
multiplication, widiout the former, as was faid before in cafe of iheep and other ani- 
mals ufually gelt in thefe countries. 

11. By confequence, this praftice of caftration lerves as well to promote increafc, 
as to meliorate the fleih of thole beads that fuffer it. For diat operation is equally 
pradlifed upon horfes, which are not ufed fur food, as upon thole that are. 

12. In popiih countries, where polygamy is forbidden, if a greater aumber of 
males oblige themfelves to C( Hbate, than the natural over-plus, or diffeience be- 
tween them and females amounts unto ; then multiplication is hindered : for if 
there be eight men to ten women, all of which eight men are married to eight of the 
ten women, then the other two bear no children, as either admitting no man at all, 
or elfe admitring men as whores (that is, more th.m one j) which commonly pro- 
creates no more than if none at all had been ufed : or elfe fuch unlawfiil copula- 
tions beget conceptions, but to fruftrate diem by procured abortions, or fecret 
rourthers ; all which returns to the fame reckur.ing. Now, if the fame proportion 
of women oblige themlelves to a fingle life hkewife, then fuch obligation makes 
no cliange in this matter of increafe. 

13. From what h.ith been faid appears the reafon, why the law is and ought to 
be fo ftrift againft fornications and adulteries : for, if there were univcrlal liberty, 
the increafe of mankind would be but like that of foxes at beft. 

14. Now forafmuch as princes arc not only powerful, but rich, according to the 
number of theiv people (hands being the father, as lands are the mother and womb 
of wealth) it i no wonder, why ftates, by encouraging marriage, and hindering li- 
centioufnefs, advance their own intereft, as well as prelerve the laws of God from 
contempt and violadon. 

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1 5. It is a blefling to mankind, that by this overplus of males there is this natural 
bar to polygamy : tor in luch a ftate women could not live in that parity and equa- 
lity of expence with their hultands, as now, and here they do. 

16. The reafon whereof is, not that the hufband cajinot maintain as fjilendidly 
three as one ; for he might, having three wives, live himfelf upon a quarter of his 
income, that is, in a parity with all three, as well as, having but one, live in the 
fame parity at half with her alone : but rather, becaufe that to keep thrm all quiet 
with each other, and himlelf, he muft keep them all in greater awe, and lefis fplen- 
dor ; which power he having, he will probably ufe it to keep them all as low as he 
pleafes, and at no more coft than makes for his own pleafure ; the poorell fubjeds 
(fuch as this plurality of wives mull be) being moft eafily governed. 



CHAP. IX. 

Of the grvvoth of the city. 

I . T N the year 1 593 there died in the ninety feven parifhcs within the walls, antl 
X. the fixteen without the walls (bcfides 42 1 of the plague) 3508. And the next 
year 3478, belides 29 of the plague : in both years 69S6. Twenty years after 
there died in the fame ninety feven, and fixteen parifhcs, 12 no, viz. anno 1614, 
5873; and anno 1615, 6237 : fo as the faid parifhes are increaled, in the faid time, 
from feven to twelve, or very nearthpreabouts. 

2. Moreover, the burials within the like fpace of the next twenty years, viz. 
anno 1634 and 1635, were 15625, viz. as about twenty four to thirty one : the 
which laft of the three numbers, 15625, is much more than double to the firll 
6986} viz. the faid parifhes have in forty years increafed from twenty three to fifty 
two. 

3. Where is to be noted, that although we were neceflitated to compound the 
faid ninety f.ven with the fixteen parifhes, yet the fixteen parifhes have increafed 
fafter than the ninety feven. For, in the year 1620, there died within the walls 
2726, and in 1660 there died but 3098 (both years being clear of the plague :) fo 
as in this forty years the faid ninety feven parilhes have increafed but from nine to 
ten, or thereabouts, becaule the houfing of the faid ninety feven parifhes could be 
no otherwife increafed, than by turning great houfe^ into tenements, and building 
upon a few gardens. 

4. In the year 1604 there died in the ninety feven parifhes 1518, and of the 
plague 280. And in the year 1660, 3098, and none of the plague ; fo as in fifty 
fix years the faid parifhes h^ve doubled. Where note, that forafmuch as the 
faid year 1604 was the very next after the great plague 1603 (when the city was 
not yet re-peopled) we fhall rather make the comparifen between 2014, which died 
anno 1605, and 3431 anno 1659; chufing rather from hence to afTert, that the 
faid ninety feven and fixteen parilhes increafed from twenty to thirty four, or from 
ten to feventeen in fifty four years, than from one to two in fifty fix, as in the lafl 
aforegoing paragraph is fct down. 



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5. Anno 1605^ there died in the fixtcen out-parifhcs 2974, and anno 1659, 
6988 : fo as in die fitty four years the faid pari flics have increafcd from three to 
fc/cn. 

6. Anno 1605 there died in the eight out-parifhcs 960, anno 1659 there died 
in the fame fcope of ground, although called now ten pariflies (the Savoy and Co- 
vcnt-Garden being added) 4301 : fo as the faid parilhcs have increafed, within tlic 
faid fifty four years, more than from one to four. 

7. Moreover, there were buried in all, anno 1605, 5948, and anno 1659, 
14720, viz. about two to live. 

8. Having let down the proportions, wherein we find the faid three great divi- 
flons of the whole pile, called London, to have increafed •, we come next to ihew 
what particular pari (lies have had the moll remarkable fhare in thefe augmentations, 
viz. of the ninety feven pariflies within the walls the increafe is not difcerni- 
ble, but where great houfcs, formerly belonging to noblemen, before they built 
others near White-hall, have been turned into tenements -, upon which account 
Allhallows upon the Wall is increafed by the converfion of the Marquis of Win- 
chefter's houfe, lately the Spanifli ambaffador's, into a new ftreet : the like of 
A.lderman Freeman's, and La Motte's, near the Exchange : the like of the Earl 
of Arundel's in Lothbury : the like of the Bifhop of London's palace, the Dean 
of Paul's, and the Lord Rivers's houfe now in hand ; as alfo of the Dukc's-Place, 
and others heretofore. 

9. Of the fixteen parifhes, next without the walls, St. Giles Cripplegate hath 
been mod enlarged, next to that St. Olaves Southwark ; ^hen St, Andrew's Hol- 
born, then White-Chapel ; the difference in the reft not being con fiderable. 

10. Of the out-pariihes, now called ten, formerly nine, and before that eight, 
St. Giles's and St. Martins in the Fields are moft increafed, notwidillanding St. 
Paul's Covent-Garden was taken out of them both. 

11. The general obfervation, which arifes from hence, is, that the city of Lon- 
don gradually removes weftward -, and did not the Royal-Exchange and London- 
Bridge ftay the trade, it would remove much fafter: for Lcaden-Hall-ftreet, Bi- 
lliop's-Gate, and part of Fen-Church-flreet, have loft their antient trade-, Grace- 
Church-ftreet indeed keeping itfelf yet entire, by realbn of its conjunction with, 
and relation to London Bridge. 

i1. Again, Canning-ftrect and Watlin-ftreet have loft their trade of woollen- 
drapery to Paul's Church- Yard, Ludgate-hill, and Fleet- ftreet. The mercery is 
gone from out of Lombard-ftreet and Cheap-fide into Pater-Nofter Row and 
Fleet- ftreet. 

13. The reafbns whereof are, that the King^s court (in old times frequently kept 
in the city) is now always at Weftminfter. Secondly, the ufe of coaches, where- 
unto the narrow ftreets of the old city are unfit, hath caufed the building of thofc 
broader ftreets in Covent-Garden, &c. 

14, Thirdly, where the confumption of a commodity is, viz. among the gen- 



tty 



the venders of the lame muft feat themfelves. 



15. Fourthly, the cramming up of the void fpaces and gardens within the walls 
^th houfes, to the preju.lice of light and air, hath made men build new ones, 
■where they lefs fear thofc inconveniences, 

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29 



t6. Conformity in building to other civil nations hath difpofed us to let our old 
wooden dark houles fall to decay, and to build new ones, whereby to anfwer all 
the ends abovementioned. 

1 7. Where note, that when Lud-gate was the only weftern gate of the city, little 
building was weftward thereof: bur, when Holborn began to increafe. New-gate 
was made. But now both thefe gates are not fufficient tor the communication be- 
tween the walled city, and its enlarged weftern fuburbs, as daily appears by the 
intolerable ftops and embarraflcs ot coaches near both thefe gates, efpecially 
Lud-gate. 



CHAP. X. 

Of the inequality of parijhes. 

I. 13 E FOR E we pafs from hence, we fhall offer to confidenition tlie inequality 
X) of pariflics in and about London, evident in the proportion of their refpec- 
tivc burials ; for in the fame year were buried in Cripplegate parifh i iQi, that but 
twelve died in Trinity Minories, St. Saviour's Southwark, and Botolph's Bifhop's- 
gate, being of the middle fize, as burying 5 and 600 per annum : fo that Cripple- 
gate is an hundred times as big as the Minories, and 200 times as big as St. John 
the Evangelift's, Mary-Coal-Church, Bennet's-Grace-Church, Matthew-Friday- 
ftreet, and fome others within the city. 

2. Hence may arile this queftion, wherefore (hould this inequality be continued ? 
If it be anfwercd, becaufe that paftors of all forts and fizes of abilities may have 
benefices, each man according to his merit ; we anfwer, that a two hundredth part 
of the beft parfon's learning is fcarce enough for a fexton. But bcGdes, there feems 
no reafon of any difference at all, it being as much fcience to fave one fingle foul, 
as one thoufand. 

3. We incline therefore to think the parifhes (hould be equal, or near, becaufe, 
in the reformed religions, the principal ufe of churches is to preach in. Now the 
bignefs of fuch a church ought to be no greater, than that unto which the voice of 
a preacher of middling lungs will cafily extend i I fay eafily, becaufe they Ipeak an 
hour or more together. 

4. The ufe of fuch large churches as Paul's, is now wholly loft, we having no 
need of faying perhaps fifty maffes all at one time ; nor of making thofe grand pro- 
ceffions frequent in the Romijli church -, nor is the ftiape of our cathedral proper 
at all for our preaching auditories, but rather the figure of an amphitheatre with 
galleries, gradually overlooking each other: for unto this condition the parilh- 
cliurches of London are driving apace, as appears by the many galleries every day 
built in them. 

5. Moreover, if parifhes were brought to the fize of Coalman-ftreet, Allhallows- 
Barking, Chrift-Church, Black-Friers, &cc. in each whereof die between 100 .nd 
150 per annum, then an hundred panfhes would be a fit and equal divifion ot this 
great cliargf. and all the minifters (fomc wlicreof have now fcarce forty pounds 
per annum) might obtain a fubfiftcnce. 

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30 GRAUNT'SOBSERVATIONS 

6. And laftly, the church-wardens ajid over-fcers of the poor might find it pofli* 
blc to dilcliarge their duties •, whereas now in the greater out-parilhes many of the 
J oorer parilhioncrs through neglcd do perilh, and many vicious perlbns get liberty 
to Jive as they plcafe, for want of fomc heedful eye to overlook theni. 



CHAP. xr. 

OJ the number of inhabitants. 

In AVE been feveral times in company with men of great experience in this 
city, and have heard them talk, feldom under millions of people to be in Lon- 
don : all which I was apt enough to believe, until on a certain day, one of emi- 
nent reputation was upon occalion alTerdng, that there was in the year 1661 two 
millions of people more than anno 1625 before the great plague. 1 mufl: confefs, 
that, until this provocation, I had been frighted, with that mifundcrftood exam- 
ple of David, from atccmpcing any computation of the people of this populous 
place : but hereupon I bodi examined the lawfulnefs of making fuch enquiries, an(i, 
being Huisfifd thereof, went about the work itfelf in this manner : viz. 

2. Pirft, I imagined, that, if the conjeifhure of the worthy perlbn aforemention- 
ed had any truth in it, there mull needs be about fix or feven millions of f>eople in 
London now : but, repairing to my bills, I found, that not above 15000 per annum 
were buried -, and conl'equcncly, that not above one in tour hundred muft die per 
annum, if the total were but fix millions. 

3. Next confidcring, that it is efleemcd an even lay, whether any man lives ten 
years longer, I fuppofcd it was the lame, that one of any ten might die widiin one 
year. But when I confidcred, that of the 15000 atbremcnrioned about 5000 were 
abortive and ftillborn, or died of teeth, convulfion, rickets, or as infants and chri- 
foms, and aged \ I concluded, that of men and women, between ten and fixty, 
there fcarce died 10000 per annum in London, which number being multiplied by 
10, there muft be but looooo in all, that is not the Vo part of what the Alderman 
imagined. Thefe were but fudden thoughts on both fides, and both far from 
truth : I thereupon endeavoured to get a little nearer, thus : viz. 

4- I confidered, that the number of child-bearing women might be about dou- 
ble to the births : forafmuch as fuch women, one with another, have fcarce more 
than one child in two years. The number of births I found, by thofe years where- " 
in the regiftries were well kept, to have been fomewhat Icls than the burials. The 
burials in thefe late years at a medium are about 13000, and confequently the 
chriftnings not above 12000. I therefore efteemed the number of teeming-women 
to be 24000 : then I imagined, that there might be twice as many families, as of 
fuch women; for that there might be twice as many women aged between 16 and 
76, as between 1 6 and 40, or between 20 and 44 ; and that there were about eight 
perlbns in a family, one with another, viz. the man and his wite, three children 
and three fervants or lodgers: now S times 48000 makes 3S4000. 

5. .Secondly, I find by telling the number of families in fome parilhes within the 
walls, that 3 out of i \ families per annum have died : wherefore, 1 3000 having 

died 



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died in the whole, it fliould follow, there were 48000 families according to the laft- 
mentioned account. 

6. Thirdly, the account, which I made of the trained- bands and auxiliary-fol- 
dicrs, doth enough juftify this account. 

7. And lallly, I took, the map or" London fet out in the year 1658 by Richard 
Newcourt, drawn by a f'cale of yards. Now I guefled, that in 100 yards fquare 
there might be about 54 families, liippofing every houfe to be 20 foot in the 
front : for on two fides of the faid fquare there will be loo yards of houfing in 
each, and in the two other fides So each j in all 360 yards : that is, 54 families 
in each Iquare, of which there a'e 220 within the walls, making in all 11880 fa- 
milies within the walls. But forafmuch as there die within the walls about 3200 
per annum, and in the whole 13000 •, it follows, that the houfing within the walls 
is -i part of the whole, and confequently, that here are 47520 families in and abouc 
London, which agrees well enough with all my former computations : the worft 
whereof doth fufficiently demonltrate, that there are two millions of people in 
London, which neverthelefs mod men do believe, as they do, that there be three 
women for one man; whereas there are fourteen men for thirteen women, as clfe- 
wherc hath been faid. 

8. We have (though perhaps too much at random^ determined the number of 
the inhabitants of London to be about 384000 : the which being granted, we aflert, 
that 1991 12 are males, and 184886 females. 

9. Whereas we have found, that of 100 quick conceptions about ^6 of them 
die before they be fix years old, and that perhaps but one furviveth 76 ; we hav- 
ing fevcn decads between 6 and 76, we fought fix mean proportional numbers be- 
tween 64, the remainder, living at fix years, and die one, which furvivcs y6, and 
find, that the nuinbcrs following are pradlically near enough to die truth -, for 
men do not die in exadt proportions, nor in fraftions, from whence arifcs this table 

jfollowing. 



'iz. Of an hundred diere die 
within the firft fix years 
The next ten years, or dccad 
The fecond decad 
The third decad 



}36 

24 



The fourth 
The next 
The next 
The next 
The next 



6 
4 

3 

z 



10. From whence it follows, that of the faid 100 conceived, there remain alive 
at fix years end 64. 



At fixteen years end 
At twenty fix 
At thirty fix 
At forty fix 



40 

25 
16 

10 



At fifty fix 
At fixty 
At feventy fix 
At eighty 



6 

3 

I 

o 



II. it follows alfo, that of all, which have been conceived, there are now alive 
40 per cent, above fixteen years old, 2^ above twenty fix years old, (jfjic deinceps^ 
as in the above table. There are therefore of aged between 16 and 56 the number 
of 40 lefs by fix, viz. 34; of between 26 and 66 the number of 25 lefs by three, 
viz. 22: i£ ftc deinceps. 

Wherefore, fuppofing there be 199112 males, and the number between 16 and 
56 being 34 ; it follows, there are 34 per cent, of all thofe males fighting men in 

London, 



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GRAUNT'S OBSERVATIONS 



London, that is, 67694, viz. near 70000; the truth whereof I leave to examina- 
tion, only the 4 ot 67694, viz. 13559, '^ '° be added for Weftminfter, Stepney, 
I^imbeth, and the other diftant parifhcs -, making in all 81233 fighting men. 

J 2. The next enquiry will be, in how lung time the city ot London fhall, by the 
ordinary proportion of breeding and dying, double its breeding people ? 1 anfwer, 
in about feven years, and (plagues confidered) eight. Wherefore, fince there be 
24000 pair of breeders, that is | of the whole, it follows, that in eight times eight 
years the whole people of the city fliall double, without the accefs of foreigners : 
the which contradidls not our account of its growing from two to five in 50 years 
with fuch accedes. 

13. According to this proportion, one couple, viz. Adam and Eve, doubhng 
themfelves every 64 years of the 5610 years, which is the age of the world accord- 
ing to the fcriptures, fliall produce far more people than are now in it. "Wherefore 
the world is not above 100 thoufand years old, as fome vainly imagine, nor above 
what the fcripture makes it. 



CHAP. XII. 

Of the country bills. 

WE have, for the prefent, done with our obfervations upon the accounts of 
burials and chriftnings in and about London. We Ihail next prefent the ac- 
counts of both burials, chrirtiiings, and .ilfo of weddings in the country, having to 
that purpofe inferred tables of 90 years for a certain parilh in Hantlhire, being a 
place neither famous for longevity and healthfulnefs, nor for the contrary. Upon 
which tables we obferve, 

1 . That every wedding, one with another, produces four children ; and confe- 
quently, that that is the proportion of children, which any marriageable man or wo- 
man may be prefumed fhall have. For, though a man may be married more than 
once, yet, being once married, he may die without any ifllieatall. 

2. That in this parifh there were born 1 5 females for 1 6 males, whereas in Lon- 
don there were 1 3 for 14 -, which fliews, that London is fomewhat more apt to pro- 
duce males than the country. And it is poflible, that in fome other places there are 
more females born than males : which, upon this variation of proportion, I again 
recommend to the examination of the curious. 

3. That in the faid whole 90 years the burials of the males and females were ex- 
actly equal, and that in fcveral decads they differed not -r^ part -, that in one of 
the two decads, wherein the difference was very notorious, there were buried of 
males 337, and of females but 284, viz. 53 difference •, and in the other there died 
contrariwife 338 males, and 386 females, differing 46. 

4. There are alfo decads, where the birth of males and females differ very much, 
viz. about 60. 

5. That in the faid 90 years there have been born more than buried in the faid 
parifh (the which, both 90 years ago, and alfo now, confiftcd of about 2700 fouls^ 
but 1059, viz. not 12 per annum, one year with another. 

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o. That thefe 1059 have in all probability contributed to the increafe of London ; 
fince, as was faid even now, it neither appears by the burials, chriftnings, or by 
the built of new houfing, that the faid parifla is more populous now, than 90 years 
ago. by above 2 or 300 fouls. Now, if all other places fend about -J- of their in- 
creafe, viz. about one out of 900 ot their inhabitants annually to London, and 
that there be 14 times as many people in England as there be in London (for which 
we have given fome realbns) then London increafes by fuch ad venae every year 
above 6000 : the which will make the account of burials to fwell about 270 per 
annum, and will anfwer the increafes weobferve. It is clear, that the faid parifh 
is increafed about 300, and it is probable, diat three or four hundred more went to 
London ; and it is known, that about 400 went to New-England, the Caribbec- 
Iflands, and Newfound-Land, within thefe laft forty years. 

7. According to the medium of the faid whole 90 years, there have been five 
chriftnings for four burials j although in fome fingle years and decads there have 
been tliree to two •, although fometimes (though more rarely) the burials have ex- 
ceeded the births, as in the cafe of epidemical difeafes. 

8. Our former obfervation, that healthful years arc alfo the moft fruitful, ia 
much confirmed by our country accounts -, for, 70 being our ftandard for births, 
and 58 for burials, you fhall find, that where fewer than 58 died, more than 70 
were born. Having given you a few inftances thereof, I Ihall remit you to the ta- 
bles for the general proof of this aflertion : viz. anno 1633, when 103 were born, 
there died but 29. Now, in none of the whole 90 years, more were born than 
103, and but in one fewer than 29 died, viz. 28 anno 165S. Again anno 1568, 
when 93 were born, but 42 died. Anno 1584, when 90 were born, but 41 died. 
Anno 1650, when 86 were born, but 52 died. So that by how much more are 
born, by fo much (as it were) the fewer die. For when 103 were born, but 29 died : 
but when but 86 were born, then 52 died. 

On the other fide, anno 1638, when 156 died per annum, which was the great- 
eft year of mortality, then lefs than the meet ftandard 70, viz. but 66, were born. 
Again anno 1644, when 137 died, but 59 were born. Anno 1597, when 117 
died, but 48 were born. And anno 1583, when 87 died, but 59 were born. 

A little irregularity may be found herein, as, that anno 1612, when 1 16 died 
(viz. a number double to our ft.andard 58, yet) 87 (viz. 17 above the ftandard y^) 
were born ; and that when 89 died, 75 were born : but thefe differences are not 
fo great, nor fo often, as to evert our rule, which, befides the authority of thefe 
accounts, is probable in itfelf. 

9. Of all the faid 90 years the year 1638 was the moft mortal. I therefore en- 
quired, whether the plague was then in that parifh, and having good latisfadlion, 
that it was not, (which I the rather believe, becaufe that the plague was not then 
confide rable at t ondon) but chat it was a malignant fever, raging lb fiercely about 
harvcft, that there appeared fcarce hands enough to take in the corn : which ar- 
gues, confidering there were 2700 parifhioners, that feven might be fick for one, 
that died : whereas of the plague more die than recover : laftly, thefe people 
lay longer fick than is ufual in the plague, nor was there any mention of fores, 
fwellings, blew-tokens, &c. among them : it follows, that the proportions be- 
tween the grcaieft and the ieaft mortalities in the SQuncry are far greater than at 

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34 GRAUNT'S OBSERVATIONS 

London: foralmuch as the greatcft 156 is above quintuple, uoto 28 theleaftj 
whereas in London (the plague excepted, as here it hath been) the number of bur 
rials upon otluT accounts within no decad of years hath been double; whereas in 
the country it hath been quintuple, not only within the whole ninety years, but al- 
fo within the fame decad: for anno i6j3 there died but 29, and anno 1638 the 
abovemcntioned number of 156. Moreover, as in London, in no decad, the bu- 
rials of one year are double to thofe of another ', fo in the country they are fcldom 
oot more chan fo } as by this table appears. 



Decad 

1 

2 

$ 

4 
5 



greateft 


lead 




number of 


burials 


Decad 


66 


34 


6 


87 


39 


7 


»»7 


38 


8 


53, 


30 


9 


n6 


5» 





greateft leaft 

number of burials 



89 

>37 

80 



50 

40 

18 



Which fhews, that the opener and freer airs are moft fubjeft both to the good and 
bad impreflions ; and that die fumes, fteams and ftenches of London do fo medicate 
and impregnate the air about it, that it becomes capable of little more, as if tlie faid 
fumes rifing out of London met with, oppofed and juftlcd backwards the influences 
falling from above, or refifted the incurfion of the country-airs. 

10. In the laft paragraph we faid, that the burials in the country were fometime 
quintuple to one another ; but of the chriftnings we affirm, that within the fame de- 
cad they are feldom double, as appears by this table, viz. 



Decad 

I 

2 

3 
4 
9 



greateft leaft 




number of births 


Decad 


70 50 
90 45 

71 52 

93 ^° 
87 61 


6 

7 
8 

9 



greateft leaft 

number of births 



85 
103 

87 
86 



63 
66 
62 

5» 



Now, although the difproportions of births be not fo great as that of burials, yet 
thefe difproportions are far greater than at London : for let it be ftiewn in any of the 
London bills, that within two years the chriftnings have decreafed fy or increafed 
double, as they did anno 1584, when 90 were born, and anno 1586, wherein were 
but 45 : or to rife from 52, as anno 1593, to 71, as in the next year 1594. Now 
thefe difproportions both in births and burials confirm what hath been aore aficrt- 
cd, that heaithfulnefs and fruitfulnefs go together, as they would not, were tliere 
not difproportions Ln both, although proportional. 

1 1. By theftandard of burials in this parifti I thought to have computed the num- 
ber of, inhabitants in it, viz. by multiplying 58 by 4, which made die produd 

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35 



232, the number of families. Hereupon I wondered, that a parilTi containing a 
large market-town, and 12 miles compafs, Jhould have but 2;{2 hoiifes. I then 
multiplied 2j2 by 8, the produft whereof was 1S56, thereby hoping to have had 
the number of the inhabitants, as I had for London. But when upon enquiry, I 
found there had been 2 100 communicants in that parifh, in the time of a minifter, 
who forced too many into that ordinance, and that 1 500 was the ordinary number 
of communicants in all times; I found aifo, that foralmuch as there were near as 
many under 16 years old, as there are above, viz. Communicants, I concluded, 
that there muft be about 2700 or 2800 fouls in that parifli : from whence it follows, 
that little more than one or 50 dies in the country, whereas in London it feems ma- 
nifeft, that about one in 32 dies, over and above what die of the plague. 

12. It follows therefore from hence, what I more faintly aflerted in the former 
chapter, tliat the country is more healthful than the city •, that is to fay, although 
men die more regularly, and lefs per faltum in London, than in the country, yet, 
upon the whole matter, there die fewer per rata \ fo as the fumes, ftcams, and 
flenches abovemendoned, although they make the air of London more equal, yet 
not more healthful. 

13. When I confider, that in the country fcventy are born for fifty eight buried, 
and that before the year 1600 the like happened in London, I confidered, whether 
a city, as it becomes more populous, doth not, for that very caufe, become more 
unhcalthflil : and inclined to believe, that London now is more unhealdiful than 
heretofore •, partly for that it is more populous, but chiefly becaufe I have heard, 
that fixty years ago few fea-coals were burnt in London, which are now univerfally 
ufed. For 1 have heard, that Newcaftle is more unhealthful than other places, and 
that many people cannot at all endure the fmoak of London, not only for its un« 
pleafantnefs, but for the fuflbcations which it caufes. 

14. Suppofe, that anno 1569 there were 2400 fouls in that parifh, and that they 
increafed by the births 70, exceeding the burials 58, it will follow, that the faid 
2400 cannot double under 200. Now, if London be lefs healthful than th« 
country, as certainly it is, the plague being reckoned in, it follows, that Lon- 
don mufl be doubhng itfclf by generation in much above 200 : but if it hath in- 
creafed from 2 to 5 in 54, as aforefaid, the fame muft be by rcafon of tranfplanta- 
tion out of the country. 



T'he Conclujion. 



I 



T may be now afkcd, to what purpofe tends all this laborious buftling and grop- 
ing to know, 

1. The number of the people } 

2. How many males and females ? 

3. How many married and fingle ? 

4. Hqw many teeming-women ? 

5. How many of every feptenary, or decad of years in age ? 

6. How many fighting men ? 

7. How much London is, and by what fteps it hath, increafed ? 

F 2 8. In 



j6 GRAUNT'S OBSERVATIONS. 

8. In what time the houfing Is replenifhed after a plague ? 

9. What proportion die of each general and particular cafualtiei ? 

10. What years are fruitful and mortal, and in what fpaces and intervals thejr 
follow each other ? 

11. In what proportion men negle(5l the orders of the church, and fcfts have 
'increafed ? 

12. The difproportion of pariflies ? 

] 3. Why the burials in London exceed the chriftnings, when the contrary is vi- 
Cblc in the country ? 

To this I might anfwer in general, by faying, that thofe, who cannot apprehend 
ihe reafon of thefe enquiries, are unfit to trouble themfelves to afk them. 

2. 1 might anfwer by afking, why fo many have fpent their times and eftatcs 
about the art of making gold ? which, if it were much known, would only exalt 
filver into the place, which gold now poflefleth -, and if it were known but to fome 
©neperfon, the fame fingle adeptus could not, nay, durft not enjoy it, but muft be 
either a prifoner to fome Prince, and flave to fome voluptuary, or elfc fkulk ob- 
i'curely up and down for his privacy and concealment. 

3. I might anfwer, that there is much pleafure in deducing fo many abftrufe 
and unexpected inferences out of thefe poor defpifed bills of mortality ; and in build- 
ing upon that ground, which hath lain wafte thefe eighty years. And tliere is plea- 
fure in doing fomething new, though never fo little, without peftering the world 
with voluminous tranfcriptions. 

4. But I anfwer more ferioufly, by complaining, that whereas the art of govern- 
ing, and the true politics, is how to preferve the fubjedt in peace and plenty -, that 
men ftudy only that part of it, which teacheth how to fupplant and over- reach one 
another, and how, not by fair out-running, but by tripping up each other's heels, 
to win the prize. 

Now, the foundation or elements of this honeft harmlefs policy is to underftand 
the land, and the hands of the territory, to be governed according to all their 
intrinfic and accidental differences : as for example -, it were good to know the 
geometrical content, figure, and fituation of all the lands of a kingdom, efpecially 
according to its moft n-itural, permanent, and confpicuous bounds It were good 
to know how much hay an acre of every fort of meadow will bear -, how many cattle 
the fame weight of each fort of hay will feed and fatten -, what quantity of grain and 
other commodities the fame acre will bear in one, three, or leven years, communi- 
bus annis; unto what ufe each foil is moft proper. All which particulars I call 
the intrinfic value : for there is alfo another value meerly accidental, or extrinfic, 
confirting of the caufes, why a parcel of land, lying near a good market, may be 
worth double to another parcel, though but of the fame intrinfic goodnefs -, which 
anfwcrs the queries, why lands in the North of England are worth but fixteen years 

Eurchafe, and thofe of the Welt above eight and twenty. It is no lefs necelTary to 
now, how many pt oplc there be of each fex, ftate, age, rehgion, trade, rank, or 
degree, &c. by the knowledge whereof, trade and government may be made more 
certain and regular ; for, if men knew the people, as aforefaid, they might know 
the confumption they would make, fo as trade might not be hoprd for where it is 
impoilible. As for inftance, I have heard much complaitu, that trade is not fee in 



dN THE BILLS OF MORTALITY. 37 

fome of the South -weftem or North-weftem parts of Ireland, there being fo many 
excellent harbours for that purpofe i whereas in feveral of thofe places 1 have alfo 
heard, that there are few other inhabitants, but fuch as live ex fponte creatis, and 
are unfit fubjefts of trade, as neither employing others, nor working thcmfelves. 

Moreover, if all thefc things were clearly and truly known (which I have but 
guefled at) it would appear, how fmall a part of the people work upon neceflary 
labours and callings, viz. how many women and children do juft nothing, only 
learning to fpcnd what others get -, how many are meer voluptuaries, and as it 
were meer gamefters by trade ; how many live by puzzling poor people with un- 
intelligible notions in divinity and philofophy -, how many by pcrfuading credulous, 
delicate, and litigious perfons, that their bodies or eftates are out of rune, and in 
danger j how many by fighting as foldiers j how many by miniftries of vice and 
fin } how many by trades of meer pleafure, or ornaments ; and how many in a 
"way of lazy attendance, &c. upon others : and on the other fide, how few are 
employed in raifing and working neceflary food and covering j and of the fpecu- 
lative men, how few do ftudy nature and things ! the more ingenious not ad-i 
vancing much further than to write and fpeak wittily about thefe matters. 

I conclude, that a clear knowledge ot all thefe particulars, and many more, 
whereat I have (hot but at rovers, is neccffary, in order to good, certain, and ealy 
government, and even to balance parties and faftions both in church and (late. 
But whether the knowledge thereof be necclTary to many, or fit for others thaa the 
fovcreign and his chief miniflers, I leave to confidcratien. __ 



A N 



3« 



GRAUNT'S OBSERVATIONS 



A N 



APPENDIX. 



FORASMUCH as a long and ferious perufal of all the bills of mortality, 
which t!\is great city hath afforded for almoft fourfcore years, hath advanced 
but ti^t few obfervations comprifed in the foregoing treatiie •, I hope very 
little will be expected from the few fcattered papers, that have come to my hands 
fincc the publifliing thereof, efpecially from one, that hath learned from the Royal 
Society, how many obfervations go to the making up of one theorem, which 
(like oaks and other trees fit for durable building) mull be of many years growth. 

The accounts, which follow, I reckon but as timber and ftones •, and the bed 
inferences I can make, are but as hewing them to a fquarc. As for compofing a 
beautiful and firm ftrufture out of them, I leave it to the architeflure of the faid So- 
ciety, under whom I think it honour enough to work as a labourer. 

IViy firft obfervation fhall be, that at Dublin the number of weekly burials being 
about 20, and thofc of London about 300, as alio the number of people reckoned 
to be within the limits of the bills of mortality at London to be 460000 ; it will 
follow, that the number of inhabitants of Dublin be about 30000, viz. about one 
fifteenth part of thofir in and about London : which agrees with that number, which 
I have heard the books of poll-money, raifed but little before the time of this bill, 
have exhibited as the number of inhabitants of that city : fo as although I do not 
think one fingle weekly bill is fufficient to ground fuch a conclufion upon, yet I 
think, that feveral yearly bills are the befl of theeafy ways, from which to colleft the 
number of the people. 

Secondly, although I take it for granted, that in Dublin there be more born 
than buried, becaufe the fame hath appeared to be fo in London by the bills of 
mortality before the year 1641, when the civil wars began, and much more emi- 
nently in Amfterdam, as fiiall be hereafter Ihewn -, yet there are but 14 fet down 
as chriftned ; which fhews, that the defeft there is much the fame as at London. 
Whether the caufe thereof be negligence in the regifter, or non-conformity to pub- 
lic order, or both, I leave to the curious. I believe the caufe is alfo the fame, for- 
afmuch as I heard it to be a maxim at Dublin, to follow, if not forerun, all that is, 
or as they underftand will be, pra^ifed in London ; and that in all particulars in- 
cident to human affairs. 

I have here inferted two other country bills, the one of Cranbrook in Kent, the 
other of Tiverton in Devonfhire, which with that of Hantfliire, lying about the 
midway between them, give us a view of the moft cafterly, foutherlj, and wefter- 
ly parts of England. I have endeavoured'to procure the like account from Northum- 
berland, Chelhire, Norfolk and Nottingham fhirev thereby to have a view of fe- 
vcn counties moft differently fitujted, from whence I am forry to obferve, that my 
I Southern 



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39 



Southern friends have been hitherto more curious and diligent than thofe of the 
North. The full obTcrvation from tliefc bills is, that all thefe three country bills 
ajgree, that each wedding produces tour children, which is likewile confirmed from 
the bills of Amfterdam. Secondly, they all agree, that there be more males born 
than females, but in different proportions, for at Cranbrook there be 20 males for 
19 females, Hantftiire 16 for '15, in London 14 for 13, and at 1 ivcrton 12 for 1 1. 
Thirdly, I have inferted the bills themfelves, to the end, that whoever pleafcs may 
examine, by all three together, the obfervations I railed from the Hantfhirc bill 
alone ; conceiving it will be more pleafure and fatisfaclion to do it themfelves, 
than to receive it from anotlier hand. Only I fhall add, as a new obfervation 
from them all, that in the years 164S and 1649, being the time when the people of 
England did mufl: rcknt die horrid parricide ot his late facred Majefty, that there 
were but nine weddings in that year in the fame places, when there were ordi- 
narily between 30 and 40 per annum -, and but 16, when there were ordinarily at 
other times between 50 and 60. And it may be alio oblbrved, that fomcthing of 
this black murder appeared in the years 1643 and 1644, when the civil war was at 
the higheft, but the contrary in the years 1654, 1655, Sec. to prevent ihe new way 
of marriage then impoled upon the people. 

I have alfo fupplied the tables from the three general bills for the years 1662, 
1663, and 1664, which you will find to juftify the former obfervations. But molt 
eminently that, which I take to beof moft concernment, namely, of the difference 
between the numbers of males and females. 

In the former obfervations I did endeavour to deduce the number of the in- 
habitants about the city of Londom, from the bills of mortality, concluding 
them to be about 460000, and did likewifc fet forth by what fteps the people 
of the faid city have increafed from two to five fince the year 1600. And 
particularly in what proportions the city increafed in its feveral parts from 
time to time. I have now procured an account of the men, women, and children, 
which were anno 163 1 found within the liberties of London, which are circum- 
fcribed by Temple-Bar, Holborn-Bars, Smithfield-Bars, Shoreditch-Bars, White- 
chapel-Bars, and to the Tower liberties, and meal-market in Southwark ; by 
which account I hope it will appear, that I computed too many rather than too 
few, although the moft part of men have thought otherwife. Nor do I v/onder at 
it, fince I never obferved more enormous miftakes in any matter than concerning 
the number of people, ale-houfes, coaches, fhips, fea- men, water- men, and feve- 
ral other tradefmen, &c. The proportions of all which I have always thought is 
neceffary to be known, in order to an cxaft fymmetry of the feveral members of 
a common-wealth. I fay, that the whole number of inhabintants exceeds not 
460000. 

1. The number of men, women, and children, found in the city and liberties 
1631 was 130178. 

2. The liberties of the city of London confiftof the 97 parifhes within the wall?, 
and of 4 of the 1 6 parifties next without them : which eftimatc of mine, nevcrthclel's, 
I leave to examination. 

The liberties of London from the year 1631 to the year 1661 increafed from S 
to n, as may appear by the tables ; and confequently the faid 130000 found in the 
year 1631, were increafed to 179000, in anno 166 1. Laflly, 



40 GRAUNT'S OBSERVATIONS 

Laftly, the liberties of London in the year j66i were in proportion to the whole, 
as 4 to 9 ; and confequently it there were 1 79000 fouls, in the laid Hberties, there 
was not above 403000 in the whole number of parifbes then comprehended in the 
bills of mortality. 

1 he fubftance of the Amfterdam bills of mortality is, viz. 

1. That there died in the fcvcral years of the plague, as followeth : 



Anno 1622 
1623 
1624 
1625 
1626 
1627 



4141 
59^9 

6ySi 
4425 
3976 



Anno 



1628 
1636 

1663 
1664 



4497 

»7«93 
16727 

975^ 
24148 



2. That there are eleven burying-places, befidcs the Hofpital and Peft-houfc, 
257 ftreets and lanes, with 43 burgwalls and grachts in that city. 

3. That in feven years, beginning from the 15th of Auguft 161 7 to the fame day 
1624, there were chriftned in the reformed churches of Amfterdam 52537, and 
that there died in the fame time 32532. So as there were 20005 more bom than 
buried, befides thole, that were chriftned in other congregations. And in the fame 
time were 1 6430 publifhcd marriages. 

4. That in the firft week of September 1664 there died 1041, and in eighteen 
weeks before the burials increafed from 331 up to the faid number of 1041, and 
in twelve weeks after dccreal'ed back to the like number of 330. 

5. In February following there died but 1 1 8 a week, and the ordinary number 
of weekly burials is about 100, fo as London feems to be three times as big as Am- 
fterdam. 

6. I have likewife happened on fome other accounts, relating to mortalities of 
fome great cities of the world ; of what authority I know not, but as printed at Am- 
fterdam 1664, viz. anno i6f 9 there died in Grand Cairo in ten weeks 73500, with- 
out any vifible diminution of the people. 

7. Anno 1625 there died in Leyden 9597. Anno 1635 there died in the fame 
city of Leyden from the 14th of July, to the 29th of December 1438 1 : the great- 
eft week of mortality being the latter end of Oftober was 1452. This plague in 
15 vfceks increafed from 96 to the faid number of 1452, and in ten weeks after 
dccreal'ed to 107. Anfwerable to the time of increafc and decreafe aforementioned 
in Amfterdam, anno 1 6§^, there died in 2 1 weeks from July to November 1 3287, 
the greateft week being September 25, when died 896. 

8. At Harlem there died in the fame year, in the months of Auguft, September, 
Oftober and November 5723. 

9. Anno 1637, in Conftantinople there died 1500 per diem : but how long this 
plague lafted, appeareth not. 

10. The fame year died in Prague 20000 Chriftians, and 1 0000 Jews. 

1 1. Anno 1652 there died in Cracovia 1 7000 Chriftians, and 20000 Jews. 

12. Anno 1 653 there died in Dantzick in the laft week of September 640, and in 
Conningfburg 490. 

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ON THE BILLS OF MORTALITY. 



+1 



13. 1 654 there died in Copenhagen for fcvcral weeks 700 per week. 

14. Anno 1655 there died at Amfterdam and Lcyden, as abovementioncd ; and 
at Deventer 70, 80, and 90 per diem. 

15. At Leeuwardecn 56 per diem. 

Anno 1656 there was lb Iweeping a plague at Naples, that there died of it at the 
latter end of May 1300, or 1400 per diem. The lixthot'June there were Soooo 
fick, that the well were not able to help, or bury the dead ; prefcntly after there 
died 5000 in three days v in Auguft it began to ceale, after it had dellroycd 300000 
people. 

17. The town of Scala in Italy was quite dif()eopled, and at Minory there 
efcaped but 22. At Rome there ditd in tlie lame year about 1 00 per diem for a great 
while together. 

18. 1657 There died at Genoa in Midfummer week tzoo, afterwards there died 
1600 per diem; infomuch that in the beginning of Auguft they burnt the dead 
corps for want of hands to bury them, which great mortality decreafcd to five or 
fix per diem before September was out. The total fum of all that died was about 
70000. 

19. At Bergen in Norway, anno 1618 the plague is reprefcnted to have been 
very terrible, by faying, that there died /^o or 60 per diem, and that the whole city 
was in tears; that the coffin-makers retufed to make coffins; that parents carried 
their children, and children their parents to the grave. But forafmuch as it was 
not mentioned how populous this place was, nor for how many days the morta- 
lity continued, I can make but little eftimate of this plague, by what is above re- 
lated. 

20. The general oblervations arifing from the abovementioncd particulars are 
as foUoweth : 

Firft, that Northern, as well as Southern countries are infefted with great plagues j 
although in the Southern countries they are more vehement, and do both begin and 
end more fuddenly. 

21. Secondly, from die year 1652 the plague was at Cracow, 1653 atDantzick 
and Coningfbvirg, 1654 at Copenhagen, 1655 at Leyden and Amfterdam, and 
other towns in the Netherlands, 1656 at Naples and Rome, 1657 ^^ Genoa; fo as 
it well deftrves enquiry, whether the plague in all thefe places were a ficknels of 
the fame kind, and did fucceffively perambulate die leveral countries abovemention- 
cd ; or whether it were a feveral difeafe in each place. 

22. Thirdly, that the plague is longer in rifing to its height, than in decreafing 
to the fame pitch ; and the proportion thereof, in fuch cafes where it hath moft 
plainly appeared, is about three to two ; for at Amfterdam it was eighteen weeks 
rifing, and twelve decreafing ; and at Leyden fifteen upon the increale, and ten de- 
creafing. 

It may be further obferved, that in the four feveral times of great mortality, the 
height was not always in the fame month ; for anno 159 2 it was die fecond week 
in Auguft, when there died 1550 of all difeafes i in the year 1603 the height was 
tlie lecond week of September, when there died 3129 of all difeafes ; in 1625 the 
extremity was in the third week in Auguft, when there died 5205. Anno 1636 the 
like extremity was in the firft week of Odtcbcr, there then dying 4005 of all dif- 

G cafes. 



GRAUNT'S OBSERVATIONS 

ctvifcs. In this place I think fit to intimate, that confidering the prefent increafe of 
the city from anno 1625 to this time, which is from eight to thirteen, that until 
tlie burials exceed S400 per week, the mortality will not exceed that of 1625. 
Which God for ever avert. 

It may be further' obferved, that the time of the plague's continuance at the height 
Was of fcveral durations ; for anno 1 592 it continued from the firft week in July to 
the fecond of September, without iucreafing or decreafing above 100 in 1600-, 
whereas in 1603 it remained but three weeks at a ftay, increafing near ^ the next 
week after the height ; anno 1625 it remained not three weeks at a ftay, increafing 
-iV part the next week before the height, and decreafing as much the' next week at- 
ter. Anno i6j6 it ftood five weeks witiiout increafing or decreafing above 4^ part 
aforementioned. 

Concerning the difcafe of the plague, anno 1592 it increafed to VV of the grcateft 
number that died in twenty weeks \ anno 1603, it did the fame in eleven -, anno 
1625, in nine weeks; anno 1636, as it was not fo fierce as in the other years, fo 
it was of longer continuance, as hath been elfe-where noted. 

The laft thing I fhall obl'erve is, that in'all the four great years of mortality 
abovem.cntioned, I do not find, that any week the plague increafed to the double of 
tUc precedent week above five times. 



Anno 1631. Ann. 7. Cttroli I. 

TH E number of men, women, and children, in the feveral wards of London, 
and liberties, taken in Auguft 1631, by fpecial command from the Right 
Honourable the Lords of his Majefty's Privy Council. 



Aldgatc-ward 


04763 


Alderfgate 


03594 


Bifhopfgate 


07788 


Limeftreec 


01 107 


Baflifiiaw 


01006 


Qucenhith 


03358 


Breadftreet 


02568 


Vintry 


02742 


Bridge- ward within 


02392 


Tower-ward 


04248 


Bridge-ward without 


18660 


Dowgate 
Langbourn 


03516 


Billingigate 


02597 


03168 


Breadftreet 


03503 


Portfoken-ward 


05703 


Colemanftrcet 


02634 


Cheap- ward 


0^500 


Cornhill 


01439 


Wallbrook 


02069 


Cripplegate without 


06445 


Candleweek-ward 


01696 


Cripplcgate within 


04231 


Cattle-Baynard 


04793 


Farrington without 


20846 




S8404 


Farrington within 


08770 


Bartholomew the great 


01388 


Cordwaincr 


022?8 


Bartholomew the lefs. 


00506 




«9«8q 




38404 
89880 



130178 









■ 


1629 


1^33 


1^47 


1651 


:J!i 




In 20 










1630 


.1634 


1648 


1652 


1629 












1631 


1635 


1649 


1653 


1657 


1649 


yean 




533 


'634 


•635 


1636 


1632 


1636 


1650 


1651 


1656 


1659 






Soo 


475 


507 


5«o 


'-93 


2005 


'34* 


1587 


1832 


1247 


8559 




704 


6z3 


-94 


7M 


H7S 


2S14 


33j6 


345' 


368c 


2377 


'5759 




95^ 


"79 


1622 


236c 


4418 


623s 


386s 


4903 


436 


401C 


23784 




1 ** 

i , 


i5 


26 




75 


85 


28. 


421 
9 


445 

1 


'77 
I 


1306 
15 




\ f- 


4 




4 


51 


H 


5 


12 


>4 


16 


99 




: 4 


c 






16 


7 


11 


12 


'9 


i; 


65 




^tyh 


5" 


346 


330 


1587 


1466 


1422 


2181 


1161 


'597 


7818 




1 


3 


12 


3 


*5 


»S 


*+ 


3' 


26 


'9 


"5 








I 


3 




4 


2 


4 


3 




'3 




; ■/ 


30 


»•» 


30 


85 


112 

8 


105 


'57 


'5C 


"4 


6c9 

8 

689 








^5 


74 


»5 


,1^ 


190 


244 


i6i 


'33 




»3» 


H3 


163 


230 


590 


(68 


498 


769 


83s 


49t 


3364 




1130 


»3«5 


2113 


1895 


9277 


8453 


467' 


491C 


4788 


45'9 


32106 








37 


5= 


105 


87 


34' 


359 


497 


247 


'389 




45 


54 


ao8o 


57 


>74 


207 


00 


77 


14c 


43 


598 




;754 


'951 


H77 


5157 


8266 


3999 


99' < 


1215; 


7197 


44487 




it I 


386 


418 


799 


498 


1734 


219^ 


2656 


3377 


1324 


9073 




, 





c 


c 


01 


0: 


01 


c 





.1 


2 




1 


s 


2 


2 


5 


IC 


t 


4 


'3 


47 


38 




a66 


250 


329 


389 


104? 


•734 


'53^ 


1321 


298; 


1302 


962a 




37 


3a 


3* 


45 


"39 


'47 


144 

4 


182 


215 


'3C 


^*2 




«3 


13 


>3 


>3 

8 


62 


S» 


97 


7( 

I 


7S 


2 

55 


384 

I 

74 




t 


5 


6 


127 


27 


21 


IC 


8 


f 


s 




72 


"354 


293 


H 


701 


1846 


1913 


2755 


3361 


2785 


IOJ76 




•3 


8 


24 


22 


8j 


69 


25 


34 


-7 


2C 


243 




7 


'7 


12 


3 


53 


48 


8c 


81 


'3c 


85 


392 










8 


2 


3 


S 


5 


2 


i 


21 




4 


5 


7 


20 


'4 


24 


3 


*5 


3f 


2i 


'34 




«4 


i; 


5 


7 


7' 


5^ 


4i 


59 


45 


4: 


«79 






3 


8 


2 


37 


18 


4! 


47 


72 


3: 


222 








4 


63 


c 


6 


'4 


'4 


- i: 


4'' 


OS I 




35 


45 


54 


11 


184 


»97 


1 8c 


2l2 


2ZS 


i8f 


993 




10 


10 


4 


130 


47 


35 


02 


5 


< 


u 


95 




50 


62 


73 




Z82 


3'5 


26c 


35 


42S 


2Z8 


1639 




10 






60 


00 


ic 


CI 








II 


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ON THE BILLS OF MORTALITY. 


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The table of burials , and cbrifinings^ in London. 


Anno 97 1 6 
Dom. pariuicj. pariihes. 


Oat- 


Buried Bcfides Chrift- 




pariOies. 


in all of the ned. 


^^^^k 








plague. 


■ 


1604 


.5.8 


2097 


708 


43«3 


896 


5458 




1605 


2014 


2974 


960 


5948 


4+4 


6504. 


^^^H 




i6o5 


1941 


2920 


935 


5796 


2124 


6614 


^^^H 




1607 


1879 


*772 


1019 


S670 


2352 


6582 


^^^1 




1608 


2391 


;2i8 


"49 


6758 


2262 


684s 


^^^H 




ID09 


2494 


3610 


•44' 


7H! 


4240 


6388 


^^^H 




1610 


2326 


379< 


1369 


7486 


1803 


6785 


"^^^l 




i6it 


2152 


3398 


1166 


67J6 


627 


7014 


^H 






16715 


24780 


8747 


50242 


>4752 


52190 


^H 


















^^^^1 




i6iz 


2473 


3843 


1462 


7778 


64 


6986 


^^H 




1613 


2406 


3679 


1418 


7503 


lb 


6846 


^^^H 




1614 


1369 


3504 


»494 


7367 


22 


7108 


^^^H 




i6t$ 


2446 


379' 


1613 


7850 


37 


7681 


^^^^1 




j6i6 


2490 


J876 


1697 


8063 


9 


7685 


-^^^H 




1617 


»397 


4J09 


'774 


8280 


6 


7747 


^^^1 




i6j8 


281$ 


47«S 


2066 


9596 


18 


7735 


^^^^^H 




1619 


2339 


3857 


1804 


7999 


9 


8127 


^^^^^^^H 






'973S 


3'J74 


13328 


64436 


«7' 


60316 


^^H 




1620 


2726 


4819 


2146 


9691 


21 


7«45 


^H 




i6zi 


2438 


3759 


191; 


8112 


II 


8039 


^^^^H 




1622 


2811 


4217 


2392 


8943 


16 


7894 


^^^H 




1623 


3S9' 


4721 


27S3 


11